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DON'T SAY YOU'RE OLD
You Only Feel Old
Digestive organs are weak?dont
assimilate food ns they used to.
Other organB act more slowly and
Blood Is thin and sluggish.
Renewal of strength does not equal
)the wear and tear of your system.
That's what makes you feel old.
Nothing In tho world will tone up
and Invigorate those weak, back-slid
ing organs, make rich blood and cre
ate strength so quickly as Vinol.
VInol is not a secret nostrum, slm
?ply the medicinal elements of tho
rods' livers, with the useless nauseat
ing oil eliminated, and tonic iron add
ed. Try a bottle of Vinol with the
understanding that your money will
be returned If it does not make you
stronger, feel younger and give you
an added interest in life.
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Lavrena, S. C
The Best Products of the Best
ARE TO BE FOUND
IN OUR STOCK
No trouble is too great for
us to take in pleasing our cus
tomers and we will be glad to
have you call on us.
Guaranteed to keep your
Stock in a healthier and
Guaranteed the BEST
Egg Producer and Dis
ease Preventative. Ev
ery'package of the above
Remedies sold on a per
sonal guarantee, backed
Laurens 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.,
Waterloo Cash Co. ?Waterloo,
Notice of Final Settlement.
Tako notice that on the 27th day of
April, 1912 at 10 oclock a. m. I will
render an account of my actings and
doings as administrator of the estate
of J. P. Saxon, deceased. In the office
of O. G. Thompson, as Probate Judge
for said county and state, at Laurens,
Sjuth Carolina, at which time I will
apply for a final discharge as such ad
All persons holding claims against
said estate are required to present
them duly proven at said time, or they
-?111 be forever barred; and all persons
indebted to said estate are required
to make payment to me.
C. A. Saxon,
As administrator of the estate of J.
P. Saxon, deceased.
March 27, 1912 ?1 mo.
Pilo?! PUm! Mm!
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will cur*
Blind, Weeding asd Itching PUm. It ab
sorbs the tumors, allay* ttchtn? at ones,
sots as a poultice, gives Instant relief.
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment Is pre
pared for Piles and Itching- of the prlvats
parts. Drvggtet*. mail tec and $1.00.
WILLIAMS MFO. CO., Prept.. Cleveland, this
LAURBNS DRUG ^O.
Lnarens, S. C
I MADDEN NEWS
Madden, April 15.?T'What 1b tl?|a
matter with the Madden correspond
ent that no letter appeared in The
Advertiser last week" queried one
who usually looks for the news from
ttiik place. Nothing the matter save
the letter that carried the "dots" wuj
lost en route, that's all. Possibly it
is a very good thing that it did go
astray. It is comforting to know tb,at
what we write is sometimes read!
Good news comes first, does it
not Well, to the waiting many
is announced the pleasing fuct
that there will be "Children's Day"
again at Prospect at the usual time,
4th Saturday in May, and also as us
ual It will be in charge of Mrs. Jo
sephine Martin.. We hope to surpass
(if possible) all previous days.
The Rev. Mr. Thayer preached fori
us the 1st Sunday afternoon and gavo|
us a helpful sermon from the text:
"Restore unto me the Joys of thy Sal
vation." A good congregation was out
to hear the Bermon, albeit the weather
was threatening. The very live Wo
men's Missionary Society held a meet
ing just before the services and a very
encouraging contribution was raised.
Mrs. M. T. Allison has gone on a
visit to Goldville to Bee her cousin
Mrs. Martha Boyd. Tho friends of
Mrs. Boyd will regret to hear she Is
not so well and also that her young
est daughter Is now in a hospital #at |
Mrs. Bee Culbertson is now better.
Her sister, Miss Martin is with her|
for a few days.
Mr. J. D. Culbertson has been on
the sick list for a day or so and the]
friends of Mr. Watt Cunningham will
regret to hear that he is now im- j
proving, In fact is confined to his |
bed most of the time.
Mrs. Thad Martin, whose serious]
sickness has been noted before was |
thought to be a little better last week,
though sho is still very sick. Mrs.
Emily Martin, who has also been
quite sick, is now better. Dr. Fen
nell, the well-known and well-liked
doctor, of Waterloo, is the attending |
physician in both cases.
Sunday was such an exceedingly
pretty day that there was a good
crowd out at Sunday school as well
as some visiting.
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman FInley and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mar
tin and children were the guests of]
their parents Mr. and Mrs. Jno. R.
Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson were
pleasant callers at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Wofford.
Mr. Cliff Cunningham and his ami
able better half were guests recently
of his mother, Mrs. H. C. Cunningham.
Miss Juanita Martin has been on
a visit of several days to her cousin.
Mrs. C. A. Power of Laurens.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. FInley and chil
dren visited their brother, J. L. FIn
The Easter guests of the Mlses Prof
fltt. Mrs. Pinson and the Misses Sim
mons and Brown have returned to 1
tJielr respective homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Moore visited the
formers' mother at Laurens Sunday.
A very unusual occurence happen
ed at Rocky Springs Cemetery ( col
ored) here last week, when two very
old negroes, both ex-slaves were bu- j
ried the same afternoon. Old Aunt
Amy Milam who was said to be one
hundred years old and old Uncle An
derson Hill who was up in the 80's
perhaps S5 years of more. He was a
well known and respected darky of |
the best type of ante bellum days.
Puts End to Bad Habit.
Things never look bright to one with
"the blues." Ten to one the trouble is
a sluggish liver, filling the system
with Bilious poison, that Dr. King's
N'ew Life Pills would expel. Try them
Let the Joy of better feelings end "the
blues". Best for stomach, liver and
kidneys. 25c at Laurens Drug Co. and
Palmetto Drug Co.
Pine Drove, April 16,?The farmers
are getting along nicely with their
crops in this neighborhood. We would
be glad to see a nice shower of rain.
Miss Lula Bramlctt is with her
grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Bramlett
who is very low.
Mrs. C. Y. Craddock is able to be
Mis* Mamie Fowler, of Mt. Pleas
ant is with her aunt, Mrs. Fred Franks
who is still sick but is some better
Mr. John Henry Powers was with
Mr. Z. R. Traynham and family part
of last week.
Why He Was Late.
"What made you bo lato?"
"I met SmithBon."
"Well, that Is no reason why you
should be an hour late getting home
"I know, but I asked him how he
was feeling, and he insisted on telling
me about his stomach trouble."
"Did you tell him to take Chamber
/ "Sure, that is what he needs." Sold
by all dealers. 4
* LOCALS FROM DIALS. *
Dials, April 15.?Mr. James Owings
who died at his home in Greenville,
was burled at Dials last Wednesday
afternoon at. 3 o'clock. The masons
conducted the services. Mr. Owings
was well known here and the bereav
ed family have the sympathy of the
Mr. Brooks Sullivan, of Port Arthur,
Texas, came up from Laurens where
he had been visiting relatives, and
spent Easter with his grandmother,
Mrs. Isabelle Brooks.
Messrs W. C. and D. D. Brownlee
spent Tuesday In Laurens.
Mr. William Brooks and Mrs. L. R.
Brook? paid a flying trip to Laurens
Thursday afternoon In Mr. Brooks'
recently purchased car.
Mrs. Robert Owings and children,
of Fountain Inn, spent last week with
her mother, Mrs. H. Y. Simmons, who
is quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Childress, of
Laurens, came up for the burial of
Mr. Owings Wednesday and spent
the night with Mrs. Isabelle Brooks
Miss May Beile Roberson, of Gray
Court, spent a few days with her
grandfather, Mr. Martin Holder, last
Miss Cecil Owings, of Chlcora col-|
lege, spent Easter with her parents.
Mr. Luke Pedeu and sister, Miss
Lucy, of Gray Court, were the guests
Sunday of Misses Emma- Harris and
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bolt and chil
dren, of Hendersonvllle, and Mr. John
F. Bolt, of Laurens, spent Sunday wlth|
Mrs. J. R. Brownlee and family.
Miss Bessie Moore was the week-|
end guest of Miss Jewel Curry.
The missionary rally at Dials Sun
day was quite a success, a very In
teresting program was carried out.
Mr. W. L. Gray of Laurens, made the
address. His subject "Missions", was
treated In an able and interesting
Mr. John Campbell, who formerly
lived here, but is now a resident of |
Grcenvlile, wa< in our inidM Sunday.
State of Ohio, city of Toledo,
Lucas county, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he j
Is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co.. doing business In the |
city of Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that said firm will pay the)
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S |
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed |
In my presence, this 6th day of ?<e
cember. A. D. 1886.
tSeal) A. W. GLEASON.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Intern
ally and acts directly upon the blood]
and mucous surfaces of tho system.
Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall s Family Pills for con
Barksdale, April 15.?Mrs. W. B.
Putnam and little daughter. Margh
of Greenville, visited Mrs. Putnam'
mother, Mrs. W. A. Garrett, the pas
Mr. John Lee Boyd of Clifton has
been spending a few days with Mi
W. A. Putnam and family.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Garrett, of Wl
terloo, attended the funeral of Mi
Garrett's grandmother, Mrs. Mai
Parks Putnam, on last Friday.
Mr. W. H. Barksdale was In Laurent
shopping last week.
Miss Henderson of Waterloo, wasi
a visitor in town the past week.
Mrs. Lizzie Bovd has been the guest
of her sister, Mrs. James Todd, for)
the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Pearce Garrett of Lan
ford spent last Monday with Mr. and]
Mrs. W. A. Garrett.
FOR ACE? PEOPLE.
Old Folks Should be Careful in Their]
Selection of Regulative Medicine.
We have a safeft dependaable and
altogether Ideal remedy that Is par
ticularly adapted to the requirements
of aged people and persons of weak
constitutions who suffer from consti
pation or other bowel disorders. We
are so certain that It will relieve these
complaints and give absolute satis
faction In every particular that we of
fer it with our personal guarantee that
It shall cost the user nothing if It
falls to substantiate our claims. This
remedy Is called Rexall Orderlies.
Rexall Orderlies are eaten Just like
candy, are particularly prompt and
agreeable in action, may be taken at
any time, day or night; do not cause
diarrhoea, nausea, griping, excessive
looseness, or other undesirable effects.
They have a very mild but positive I
action upon the organs with which I
they come in contact, apparently act
ing as a regulative tonic upon the re
laxed muscular coat of the bowel, thus
overcoming weakness, and aiding to
restore the bowels to more vigorous
and healthy activity. Three sizes, 10c,
25c, and eftc. Sold only at our store?
The Roxnll 8tore. The Laurens Drug
Co., 103 Main street.
Hear "Cedarlne" Allen give his fa
mouse lecture "Feelings, Folks and
Foreign Flights", Opera House Thurs
day night, April 18th, at 8:30 o'clock,
8. M. ft E. H. Wilkes ft Co.
Our Expert Service in Shoeing Children with arable Shoes of correct
style and fitting each shoe to the foot carefully and perfectly, has won for us
a wonderful reputation as Children's Shoe Specialists. The fame of our good
shoes and our careful attention to fitting has been spread abroad until a whole
army of Children now come here for their shoes.
TEST OUR CHILDREN'S SHOES!
There are High and Low Cut Shoes in different Styles for different feet and for
different requirements. Black or Tan Leathers. Low Cut Slwes in
Oxfords, Ties, Sandals, etc. White Canvass Pumps and
Sandals in all styles and shapes. Not a good Style
wanting. Prices according to sizes.
CLARDY & WILSON
Customers Shoes Shined Free
THE SHOE MEN
ONE PRICE TO ALL
Less Than One Cent a Mile
Half the cost of railroad transportation!
That's the record of the Ford Model T?of a whole neighborhood of Fords,
Read this: "In that short time (June to September) I drove the car, 1,850
miles with less than one cent per mile running expense, including lights,
and no repairs at all. I think that record is good, but I know of several
cars just like mine that made just as good records. So I think the Ford
5-passenger, 20 horsepower car is certainly the car for the farmer."
(Signed) 10. \v. Seller, Dundas, 111.
Country roads are not city pavements, either. (let the point?
ford MODEL T is the universally popular motor car the world over, be
cause of its universal service and everlasting economy. Every third' cat
made In America in 1912 will be a FORD MODUL T. Good buying logic,
for you, eh?
Ford branches and dealers in all cities, towns and villages arc at your
elbow with Ford Service for Ford Owners.
FORD model T TOURING CAR, I cylinders, 5 passengers, fully equipped
f. o. b Detroit. $090
ford model T torpedo, i cylinders, 2 passengers, fuliy equipped f o b
FORD MODEL t COMMERCIAL ROADSTER. 4 cylinders, ?, passengers re
movable rumble seat, fully equipped, f. o. b. Detroit $i>90
FORD MODEL t TOWN car, (Landaulet) 4 cylinders, 6 passengers fully
equipped, f. o. b. Detroit. $900
FORD MODEL t DELIVERY CAR, capacity 750 pounds merchandise, fully
equipped, f. o. b. Detroit.$700
The ONE chassis with different bodies.
Write today for booklet "Ford Factory Facts." Address Dept. X, Ford
Motor Company, Detroit._
In automobile repairing you can either have
your machine made almost as good as new or have
it practically ruined?be sure, therefore, that only
experienced, skilled, careful machanics do your
At this establishment you are absolutely cer
tain of skilled, expert repair work?besides hav
ing the best of real machanics, the work is care
fully superintended thruout by an A-l foreman.
Reasonable rates and prompt service.
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