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ADVKHTISKH PRINTING COMTAJiY
Laurens, S. C.
ALISON LEE President
W. Q. LANCASTER vice-Pros.
ARTHUR LEE Sec. and Treas.
Adrertlal?g Kates cn Application.
Obituaries and Cacd of thanks: One
cent a word.
Entered at th? postofflce at Laurens,
S. C. as second class mall matter.
LAURENS, S. C APRIL 21. 1912.
The Advertiser will be glad to
receive the local news of all the
communities is the county. Cor
respondents are requested to
sign their name to the contr|
butlons Letters should not be
mailed later than Monday morn
When one school out of the county
comes to an annual meet and takes
away the first prize In everything that
it enters into, it Is a pretty sure sign
that the one at the head of its affairs
Is doing good, conscientious work and
that he is a man of no moan ability.
Cray Court-Owlngs high school is very
fortunate In having at Its head a
man of Mr. Martin's ability and ideals
and the patrons of the school should
feel gratified that their children are
in such good hands. Mr. Martin be
lieves in a healthy body as well as a
well trained mind and taking
this broad view of his work, he en
courages athletics as well as study.
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It doesn't appear to us that a can
didate for a county olllce has any right
to ask for the votes of his friends be
cause of his sentiment toward state
politics. Whether Gov. Blease makes
B good governor or not has nothing
to do with the successful conduct oT
county offices, Taking this view of
the present situation it seems to us
that the question of who is to hold
county offices should be decided en
tirely upon personality. The question
to be asked in county politics is: "Can
you fill the position sought for better
than the man running against you?,
If you can. state your reasons for
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Laurens county has a right to feel
proud of Its oratorical association.
Very few others counties have such
but, following In the fodtsteps of this!
county, more and more counties are
organizing them. Though to the sup
erintendents of the different high
BChools and to the boys themselves is
due In large part the successful con
tinuation of the association, to Supt.
Of education Geo. L, Pitts is due Inj
largest measure the credit for the in
spiration of the idea, the Inauguration
of the first contest and the continued
BUCCess of tlio association. His inter-'
est ki It never wavers, the actual man
agement and direction of the affairs
being largely in his bands. He Is I
very fortunate In having an unusual
ly broadminded, intelligent and ambi
tious set of high school workers to
assist him and out of the combined
efforts of theni all has arisen an ora
torical association which |s a credit
to the county and an Instrument of
much benefit to the yoting boys who:
take advantages of it.
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PROTECT THE BIRDS.
A plea for the protection of our birds
Will bo found in another part of this
paper It Is written by Eugene Mad
den, of Waterloo, and deals with a
subject that Is not given the attention
which it deserves In this country. ,\s
the article suggests, the people do not
realize the work for good done by
these little animals. It does not take
a scientist or even a bird lover to see ?
that they ate of inestimable value to,
the farmers of the country. The ob-1
serving fanner himself, if he watches j
closely, will see that the birds destroy j
harmful insects and eat the seed of
weeds that take a large part of the
nourishment from the ground Though
the work that the birds do in this sec
tion now Is not possibly as noticea
ble as it Is claewhere. we must remem
ber that the boll weavil is steadily
making for the, east and that the birds
if they are allowed to Increase, will
serve as the best barrier which we can
put up against that pest. The birds
?re of great assistance to the farmer
Sind they certainly should be protect
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WE MUST BLAME OURSELVES.
The great disaster overtaking the
Titanic Is only another example of
the certain results to follow the pres
ent generation's craze for speed. It
is an Impossibility for trains to make
schedules vhich are prepared for them
and ships to make port in the time
allotted for them, without ?.aklnp (Treat
risks. Though those risks are known
to every passenger that travels and
though they know that the taster the
schedule the greater the risk, till the
1 inordinate desire to overcome time and'
! distanco makes the mthe more anxious
' to take the faster carriers. This is a
i world of competition. The railroad
that has the finest trains and the fast
est schedule gets the business and so
it is with the ship line that has the
largest ship and the fastest schedule.
The public demands speed and the
companies supply the demand, if ac
cident befalls them, the company
should not alone be held to blame,
j True it is that there was evi
j dent carelessness on board the Titanic
but the carelessness was borne of the
desire to please the conipnny's pas
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A GUAM) TRADE WEEK.
During the past week The Adver
tiser has been agitating a trade week
for Laurens. The attraction during
the week is to consist of good mer
chandise at special prices with an
added inducement of refunded mileage
to purchasers of certain amounts
with the firms entering the agree
ment. The canvasser for the adver
tising, through which the week is to
be given publicity, was greatly en
couraged with the results obtained.
However, as the plans did not ma
terialize as swiftly as was at first ex
pected, the trade week has been post
poned. In the meantime. The Adver
tiser requests that the merchants con
fer with each other, suggest methods
of proceeds re and prepare to enter
enthusiastically into the campaign.
Of course if it is left entirely to the
advertising in this paper to bring the
best results, it will not be done. A
spontaneous cooperation is required
to make anything of this kind a suc
cess and we hope that the merchants
will enter into it wuh spirit and de
termination to make it succeed
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WHAT DID IT COST?
The I'nderwood advertising supple
ment, which was issued last week in
connection with quite a number of
South Carolina weekly newspapers,
was probably not as expensive a prop
osition as the Columbia State editor
ially surmises. Mr. Underwood's cam
paign managers succeeded in working
the weekly press for free circula
tion of this political advertisement,
which they printed and furnished free
of cost to the publishers who acceded
to their request. The cost of printing
the Underwood broadsides was quite
a tidy sum. but the circulation as sup
plements to the weekly press was a
clean pick up. the newspapers furnish
ing the mall list and paying the post
age. -Watchman and Southron.
Senator Bnnkhoad might have "pick
ed up" the Watchman and Southron
but it didn't pick Up us. We got $20
for our mailing list, postage and cir
culation of the supplement.
Hut, to kill time and to see what it
really did cost let's figure it out. it
can be safely said that, on an average,
every county in the state had one of
the supplements and that the average
circulation of those publications is
1,500. If our memory serves us right,
there are forty five counties in the
state. A simple matter of multiplica
tion will show that a total of about
67,500 of the supplements were de
livered in South Carolina. Now a lit
Paper stock, printing and de
livering r>.">.000 copies to ex
press office, estimated at
around $0 00 per thousand $ 300.00
Kxpress from Washington at
about $2.50 per hundred lbs.,
a thousand copies weighing
about 50 pounds. SO.2.")
Circulation of 01,000 copies at
$10.00 per thousand .. .. 650.00
That is not so awful much.
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\\ \s IT A HUMBUG
When Senator 'I'. Colemnn DuPont,
of Delaware, first made known his in
tention of building at his own expense
a great highway or boulevard through
his native state ne received a great
deal of favorable notice from every
quarter of the country. Ills road
building scheme was looked upon as
a philanthropic move for the interests
of the farmers and traveling public of
his state. Although little has been
said in the press of outside states
about the differences within the state
over the gift, we have noted from
time to time that there was an clement
of susnlclon in the minds of his own
people about Mr. DuPont's motive In
making the offer. It seems now that
Mr. DuPont will not be allowed to
"give" away his millions In rond build
ing, for It appears that the people of
Delaware are not trusting him. Note
thh. from The Delaware State News:
We had hoped sincerely that before
T. C. DuPont Insisted on a test of the
constitutionality of his boulevard law,
or forced an extra session of the leg
islature, that he would build his ro.ul
or a greater part of It. We had no
doubt, then, as to the outcome. The
peop'.e would have so esteemed the
Improvement that public sentiment In
Its purest republican sense, would
have overcome any obstacle.
Hut now it looks like the Jig is Up,
If so, Mr. DuPont may have saved
some money that he would hnve spent
In road building, but he has suffered
political damage that cannot be re
The rank and file wiseacre.} who
stood by and said he never intended
to oulld It, but that It was a political
con game, will slap their knees nnd
tell what fools the poor hmlf-wits
were who pitched in, regardless, and
helped DuPont get his rights of way
and blew hard for the boulevard. This
will not warm the half-wits DuPont
Stump speakers will doubtless hold
before audiences an effigy and say:
"This is the late lamented boulevard
Newspapers who have been fighting
against the State's getting a road, ex
cept In some impossible way, will
doubtless say: "What a victory we
have achieved; knocking out a promo
ters' terrible scheme to wreck Dela
As to our attitude, we say the Dela
ware State News has nothing to regret.
When Du Pont proposed to build a
boulevard and. by some intricate tax
method, make the people pay for it.
We opposed it with all our might.
When he finally offered to build the
road and pay the costs thereof, only
making it necessary for the Statfc to
keep up repairs, we favored It and
have since labored that the State
state should get this improvement.
We believe that, had we obtained this
modern highway, Delawareans all ov
er the country, now and in future,
could have spoken of It as one of the
great attractive features of our State.
We wanted the boulevard. We Insist
ed upon it.
Put there Is no gainsaying that T.
C. DuPont has moved mysteriously all
along and playod funny politics. The
asking of anothe legislature looks like
baby play. The lastest move looks
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In the last Issue of The Advertiser
was an offer, made to all candidates
in- this county who were running on
the Blease ticket, to place their names
on the front page of this paper. A
?lose search of the front page today
will not disclose any of those names.
They are not there. "The boys" did
not come out.
This offer was made by The Adver
tiser as a clincher test of the real
strength of the Blease sentiment in
this county. Some time ago it was
suggested by Bleasites that lines be
drawn closely in every county in the
state relative to Bleasism. It was
urged that Blease candidates take the |
field as Blease candidates so as to fill
all offices, especially the legislative
ones, with Blease followers so that the
governor would not be hampered in
whatever be desired to do at Colum
bia. This suggestion was made some)
months ago, when the governor's star
seemed to be in the ascendency. It
appeared then, to Bleaseites. that If
such a line-up of candidates werej
made a successful campaign could be
waged and the governor would find j
himself unhampered in the next legis-j
lature. During the past few months
it has been apparent that Blease has
been losing ground and as more
ground was lost the less was said
about the "line-up". Realizing that
the time bad come to clinch, matters |
by showing that the Blease following
was a little "backward about coining
forward" In this line-up proposition.
The Advertiser made the proposition
already referred to. It was as wo
thought. There was nothing doing.
"The boys" didn't have the nerve. They
are afraid of the results. We have
almost come to the conclusion there
fore, that the line-up as a line-up will
never be made. The Bleaseites are
on the run.
Now, what about the Jones candi
dates? Will they line-up? If there
are any Jones candidates out, we hope
they will not be elected. A man that
will go Into office, pledged to support
any man In everything be does, has
no right to that office. On the other
band any man who goes Into office
pledged to oppose all measures fos
tered by any other man, no matter
how little we might think of that oth
er man, has no right to represent a
law abiding people. Therefore we say
that we hope that, if there are any
such, they will not bo elected and we
are sure, again, if there are any such
that they will not be supported by
those who intend supporting Ira B.
Jones in the next election.
It thus appears that there will be;
no Bleaso line-up., because of the
doubt as to the political wisdom of
It and that there will be no Jone,
line-up because none was ever In-j
Wo are very glad that such is the
state of affairs, for such politics will
prove of no benefit to the county or
state. The suggestion of the plan was
made by ardent Bleaseites and Is of
Just such flavor as would bo expected
to come from that, source. Boiled
down Into a nut shell, the proposition
put to all candidates was this: Are
you going to bo a coat-tall swinger of
Cole Blease or are you not? The ques
tion was not a pertinent ono and Is
being dealt with accordingly.
Mr. II. Terry has put on what might
bo called a titanic advertising fsoheme
it is not tuHuie in magnitude hut sim
ply titanic and also simple. He hat?
placed a large cross-section picture
of the sunken ship in one of his show
windows and>, as he expected, his
progresslvones8 has been rewarded by
causing hundreds to Inspect the goods
In the window that had never looked
into a show window before. It wns
quite a no\e\ Idea, considering the
wide-spread Interest In the great Ti
8 MADDEN NEWS <
Madden, April 23.?Continued rains]
make the farmers kiltie". In fact the
only fellow we see smile these days
is the one who held cotton, lie indeed
verified the old saying "All things
come to those who ?wait."
Mr. R. Jud L?ngsten went down to
Greenwood Saturday to bring hack his
automobile, purchased there. Master
Ralph Moore of Laurens went with
him to steer him safely back, but the
rain interfered with their plans.
Misses Carrie Langston and He'tie
Cunningham were shopping in Lau
Mrs. Fstolle Davenport, who Is now
with her daughter. Mrs. Shaw of Cold
Point, was the guest of her uncle. T.
S. Langston recently.
Miss Lidle Culbertson, of Ekotn, has
been on a visit to her uncle. Prof. B.
Y. Culbertson and other friends here.
Miss Martin, who has been with her
sister, Mrs. Dee Culbertson, has re
Mrs. May Madden was up to see
her aunt, Mrs. John R. Flnley, recent
Mrs. M. T. Allison has returned from
a visit to relatives at Goldvllle. Clin
ton and Laurens.
Mrs. Thad Martin still continues
very sick at her home near here. Dr.
Hughes of Laurens was called In con
sultation with her physician Dr. Fen
nell last week.
Mr. W. F. Cunningham is up now
and seems to be doing very well, his
friends will be glad to hear.
For rheumatism you will find noth
ing better than Chamberlain's Lini
ment. Try It and see how quickly it
gives relief. For sale by all dealers.
Sulphur Springs, April 22.?The
farmers were gute moving things
along when this last rain came. Corn
that had been planted Is dp and look
ing well. Some had begun planting
cotton while others were tot quite
ready. Roth fall and spring oats are
looking line where they were not kill
ed during the cold weather.
Rev. .1. A. Martin filled his regular
appointment at Mt. Pleasant Sunday,
but owing to the inclement weather,
there was only a small congregation
present. Among those who worship
ped were Mr. L. W. C. Moore, from
Center Point. Mr. Hicks Owings and
Miss Lila Bramlett, from Barksdale,]
who were visiting Miss Nannie Fow
ler, and Miss Bessie Wat kins and sis
ter and brother from near Boyds cross
Mr. Walker Fowler is with his moth
er after an extended trip to Florida.
Miss Minnie Teague is in Columbia
with her sister Mrs. Willie Davis.
Master Robert McPherson spent Fri
day night and Saturday with his grand
mother, Mrs. Saxon, and took in the
oratorical contest while there.
Miss Mamie Fowler is with her aunt
Mrs. Franks near Barksdale, who is
Master James Smith, accompanied
by a young friend, was with homefolks
Saturday night and Sunday.
Little Louise and Jessie Elizabeth
Saxon took in the picture coloring
contest at the Messrs. S. M. & E. H.
Wilkes last Saturday and report a|
very pleasant time. The Mr. Wilkes'
are always planning some pleasant
surprise for the little girls and while
they knew they all could not win one
of the nice prized yet possibly some
went away disappointed.
Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Teague with lit
tle Frances and Hertha spent Sunday
with Mr. .1. O. Teague and family near
Mr. Benel Hawkins is the champion
Usher Of this section. He hardly ever
fails in bringing back a fine string.
Mr. .1. K. McPherson is the water mel
on raiser. He has planted some time
TDK EFFECTIVE LAXATIVE
Tastes I.Ike and is Enten Like Candy
In our experience in the handling I
e>f drugs and medicines, we believe)
we have never had experience with
any remedy that gave such great sat-1
isfnctlon to our customers as do Rex
all Orderlies. This remedy Is not like
any other laxative or cathartic. It|
contains all the "ood features of Othei
laxatives, but nono of their faults.
Our own faith in Rexall Orderlies Is
so strong that we offer Uiein to you
with our own positive personnl gunran
tee, that If they do not thoroughly
satisfy you. you only need tell us and
we will hand back to you every penny
you paid us for them. Therefore, In
trying them upon our recommenda
tion you take no risk whatever.
Rexau Orderlies taste like and are I
eaten like candy. They do not gripe,!
cause nausea, excessive looseness, or
any other annoyance. They act so
easily that they mak bo taken at any
time, day or night. They are partic
ularly good for children, aged, or del
icate persons. They are put up In
convenient tablets in three sjzes of
packages. Prices 10c, 25c, and 50c.
Remember, Rexnll Remedies 'can be
obtained In this community only at
our store?The Roxall Store, The Lau
rens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
Mountvlllo. April 22.?A charter lias
been granted to the Mountvlllo Clin Co.
by the secretary of Btate. This com
pany is composed of merchants ami
farmers ami is organized for the pur
pose of establishing anil operating an
other ginnery at this place. The cap
ital stock is given at $4,000. The cor
porators are among the strongest bus
iness men in the town. It is intend
ed to have the plant ready for this
The personal property of the late W.
H. Bryson. consisting of mules, horses
cattle, vehicles, farming Implements,
crops, etc., has been appraised and is
advertised to be sold next Friday, 2Cth
Mr. and Mr?, n. R. Kuller attended
the meeting of Bnoree Presbytery at
Greenville last week.
Mrs. Abe Metes, who fell some time
ago receiving some painful and serious
'njurlcs. Is quite sick Her people and
many friends arc becoming anxious
about her condition and recovery.
Mr. .1. Wade Hill has returned from
the hospital, where he had gone for
treatment, somewhat Improved, hut is",
still confined to his bed. It Is hoped
that he will soon recover.
The Hock School, taught by Miss
Grace Cook closed last Friday with
some appropriate exercises.
Mrs. Gennie Kramer who has boen
spending the winter in our town will
leave tomorrow for Augusta. Atlanta
and on to Lookout Mountain where
she intends to spend the summer. Dur
ing her stay here Mrs. Kramer has
won many friends whoso best wishes
accompany her to her summer abode.
Dr. A. S. Cook and family have
moved to Camp HUI. Ala.
The Danger After Grip.
lies often in a run-down system.
Weakness, nervousness, lack of ap
petite, energy and ambition, with dis
ordered liver and kidneys often fol
low an attack of this wretched dis
ease. The greatest need then Is
Electric Hitters, the glorious tonic,
blood purifier and regulator of stom
ach, liver and kidneys Thousands
have proved that they have strength
en their nerves, build up the system
[.and restore to health and good spirits
after an attack of Grip, if suffer
ing, try them. Only f>0conts. Sold
and percfot satisfaction guaranteed
by Laurens Drug Co. and Palmetto
* The Passing Away of an old Time *
* Colored Woman Near Italian.
On the 30th of March, 1912, Aunt
Cynthia Coker passed away after sev
eral weeks of suffering. About six
years ago she had a severe stroke of
paralysis and suffered much but was,
waiting, ready, and willing to no when
death came. She was born In 1S20 in
Laurens county at the Thomas cross
roads near Laurens, and was raised
by Mr. E. s. q. Thomason. When a
girl she joined the white people's
Baptist church in slavery time and in
1ST I she moved her letter to Center
Rabun church where she was a faith
ful member until death.
She was the widow of Jefferson
Coker, and is survived by one son, Abe
Coker, and a largo number of grand
She was laid to rest In Center Rabun
cemetery March 'list and the services
were conducted by her paster, M. c. 11.
Dillard. She was living with her son
\bo Coker until death.
State of Ohio, city of Toledo,
Lucas county, ss.
Frank J. Cbonoy makes oath that he
Is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co.. doing business in th'.
city of Toledo. County and Statt! afore
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of ONB HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every case of Catarrh that
cannot be . uri d by the use of HALL'S
PRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this r>th day of t-o
comber. A. I). ISSC.
(Seal) A. W. OLE A SON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally and acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system,
Send for testimonials, free
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tol. do, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall s Family Pills for con
.Mr. Hrjson Not Indicted.
The grand jury at Spartanburg
Thursday returned "no bill" in each
of two cases in which J. Y. Bryson,
president of the Bank of Enoree. was
charged by B. J. Rhame, bank exami
ner, with violations of the state bank
ing laws. It appears that the charges
grew out of a technical violation of
the law, of which Mr. Bryson was Ig
norant and that thcro was no inten
How to Mate Paint.
Take 10 gallons of L. & M. Paint
made of pure Lead. Zinc and Unseed
Oil at $2.10 per gallon. Add 7 gallons
of Linseed Oil at $1.00 per gallon,
and make 17 gallons of pure Paint at
at cost of only $l.fir? per gallon.
It 8 the best paint that can be made.
It'a $7.70 less cost thnn same quan
tity of any other high grade pure
Call on J. H. & M. L. Nash, Laurens;
J. W. Copoland Co., Clinton.
I special notices. |
Strayed! He ward! One hound bitch,
black back and yellow logs. Strayed
from gang camp, with chain on. Sail
able reward if returned to V, R. Rid
dle, Chain Gang Guard. 39-lt-pd
Ann Arbor Flour We have for sale
a lol of Ann Arbor Flour. Tests in the
past prove its superiority. Hunter &
For Sale Nice young cow for sale,
fresh in milk. Heifer calf. J. E. John
Bon, ('ray Court. S. C. 39-lt-pd
For Sale We have a lot of air-slak
ed lime on hand. Valuable for sani
tary purposes. 75 cents per barrel.
Special prices made to farmers In t in
lots for fertilizer use. Call or write
H. C. Cray & Co. 30-tf
Potato Seedlings -.lust received to
day another lot of potato seedlings.
Yellow and white yams. First come
first serve. They arc scarce. .T. H.
Notice?Hyrdvllle Dairy nnd Stock
Farm jack now ready for service.
Colt to show. Will appreciate any
Duck Eggs for Sale?Wq havo sot
tings of Indian Runner duck eggs for
sale, best stock. $1.00 per 3ottlng.
Apply to Mrs. M. A. Jones, Gray
Court. S. C. 20-tf
For Clerk of Court.
i To the voters of Laurens County:
, Fully appreciating your support in
i tiro past and with my record as a
public official before you. 1 take
1 pleasure in announcing myself a can
didate for re-election for Clerk of
Court for I.aureus County. S. C, and
will abide the result of the Democrat
JOHN P. DOLT.
1 hereby offer myself as a candi
date for the office of Clerk of Court
I of Laurens county, pledging myself
to abide by the platform of the dem
ocratic party and to support the nom
C. A. POWER.
The friends of Mr. R. 0. Hairston
hereby place his name before the peo
ple <w' Laurens county for the office
of Coroner, pledging him to abide by
the principles of the democratic party
and to support the nominees thereof.
I hereby offer myself as a candi
date for re-election to the office of
auditor of Laurens county and prom
ise to abide by the platform of the
democratic party and to support the
J. WADDY THOMPSON.
For County Commissioner.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-election as County Coinmsislon
er of Laurens county subject to the
result of the Democratic primary elec
T. MAC ROPER.
i hereby announce myself n candi
date for re-election to the office of
'< Sheriff of Laurens county, pledging
myself to abide by the platform of
the Democratic party and to support
the nominees thereof.
JOHN I). OWINGS.
For Slate Senator.
I hereby announce myself as ti
candidate for the officio of Senator
from this county, pledging myself to
abide by the platform of the Demo
cratlc party and to support the nom
L 1). DO YD.
For House of Represent at hos.
I horoby announce myself a candi
date for the office of representative
from this county In the legislature of
the state subject to the rules of Un
H. S. RL.ACKWELL.
The friends of Joseph G. Sullivan,
of Tumbling Shoals, respectfully sug
gest him as ft suitable candidate for
the House of Representatives, and
??an vouch for his interest, in the wol
. fare of the common people. Subject
to result of Primary Election.
To Sing nt Its bun.
The Laurens Choral society has re
ceived ?n invitation to give a concert
at Rnbun Creek church at some fu
ture early date. It is thought that the
concert will be given some time In
May. The members of the society are
looking forward with much pleasure
to this visit to the neighboring
ARE VOC GUILT! J
Do Yon Smoke too Much, Drink too
Much, ..at too M tic hi
It takes a mighty good stomach to
feel rendy for a good breakfast tho
morning after the hanquet or social
"What do you want for breakfast?"
inquired Hrown's good wife.
"Just a pleasant smile nnd a breath
of fretih air." answered Drown tho
morning after an Important meeting at
If you cat, smoke or drink too much
always remember that two IHM?
MI-O-NA stomach tnhlots taken Just
before you go to bed will doBtroy all
poisonous gnseB and leave you with a
sweet, clean stomach In the morning.
For Indigestion and all stomach dis
tress, MI-O-NA is the best prescription
In tho world. Laurens Drug Co. sells
It on money hack plan. Large box on
ly f?0 cents.