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HOW TO REMOVE FRECKLES
Wilson's Freckle Cream Is Po3<
itively Guaranteed to
Do the Work.
Letters aro constantly bcln? re
ceived by Inn makers of Wilson's
Frceklo Cream from prominent ladies
BayltiK that they have ?t last discov
er! ii how to remove freckles.
juat because you happon t>> have
freckles Is no reason why you should
always have tliom,
Mrs*. M. J. Itlvora wrote from BortiO,
Switzerland, saying: "U after giving
Wilson"!. Pr.iokle Cream .1 fair triul
It does not sure your skin, there is no
remedy Coi you. 1 always took tho
best ear" i t my akin, but freckled
dreadfully and ? "ui I not no remedy
until l found Wils n'3 Freckle Cream."
ein? Jar of Wilson's Freckle Cream
will ?uu.se yo< r freckles lO perceptibly
lade, arid the second jar will entirely
The dr\Jg*tflsl Is instructed to return
your money to von if it doesn't do
just what we claim for it.
Try a ur toduy. You'll be delimited
with, its fine effect on your skin. It
your driitfKiat cannot supply you, aonu
fiO i-eni.i t'> the Wilson Freckle Cream
Co., Charleston, S. C, and they will
>.<?.. ifen a full Hl/.e mr
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Don't you insure with
It offers the best to be
had. in Life Insurance
Paid Up Values
Large Loan Values
Long Extended Business
A Home Company solic
iting your Insurance.
M. R. WILKES, Agent
Laurens, S. C.
Southeastern Life Insurance Co.
Greenville, S. C.
When you need
a thing you want
it right now.
So call here and get German Millet
Heed? Orange and A III her Cane Seed,
Bunch and Running Renn Seed. White
und Vellen Dent Seed Corn.
feed Cotton Seed Meal with >our
oilier feed to jour horses und mules,
It goes further and makes the cheap*
?->t iced now on Hie market?
Come hero and Imj Cole Guano IM?,
trlbtitors, Gantl Cnlfon Haulers, The
Old Reliable Rilleillllic Planter. Little
? !<ie Harrows, V. /., Fixed Cultivators
und Cotlon Hoes,
thicken Peed We have it and you
need it to starl those little chickens
growing to catch nil early m.irkcl |o
get best prices,
Don't forgel that we arc selling
I'oeomoke Guano ami Acid Phosphate
and hale it here in the warehouse
rendj for j <ui to get.
J. H. SULLIVAN
Laurens, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have yen overworked your nerven? sys
t?jm and eauoed trouble with your kld
mi and Msulojorf Have you palr.s In
IoIsm, side, back and bladctrr? Have you
q flabay a*H>*aronce of tho face, and un
?Vnr the eyes? A frequent ?foalre to pass
eartsM? If ??? Williams' Kidney Pills will
?mre you?Dru?ts-?t. Price 10c.
WnjJAMB MFG. CO.. Pr??*.,Cleveland. Okio
LAURJSNH DRUG CO.
Laarens, S. C*
U. S. SENATOR
DOWN TO CORNER
Nenrlj Ever) Olllco ?<> ho filled In the
Augu?f Klee!Inn Hits Venr.
Columbia, April 20.- The voters of
South Carolina will bo cnllod on this
year to name their choice from United
States Senior to the smallest pre
cinct o'lllcor and hence the primary
on the fourth Tuesday in August Will
be an important day in political cir
cles in South Carolina. Added to the
absorbing interest in the State cam
paign is the fact that a United States
Senatot to succeed Senator Tillman is
to be selected and also the fact that
this is Presidential year, the year
when the president of the United
States is to he picked. The voters of
the Palmetto States will devote moro
than usual attention to the qutlllAca
Ions of the candidates this yea-.
United States Senator 11. It. Till
man Is offering for reelection to the
seat which he has held fov throe
terms, and ho is being opposed by \V.
Jasper Talbert, of Edgelleld, a former
Congressman and a former Tlllman'te.
N. B. Dial, of Laurens, cotton mill
man, lawyer and banker, is also a
candidate for Senator Til'.mail's scat
and the Laurens man Ig making a vig
orous campaign. He is reported to be
considering opening headquarters in
Columbia In the Interests of bis race.
Mr. Talbert Is likewise making a vig
orous campaign and Senator Tillman
is confident that ho will ;>*ai the com
bined Held on the first ballot
Mr. Tillman will be .' figure of in
terest In the campaign this ?. titnmor,
not only in South Carolin:'. but
throughout the nation.
And there is the rnco between Ira
li. Jones and Cole L. Please for gov
ernor, which is the one around which
interest centres. Governor Please is
rounding out his first term in the ox
ecutlve chair and Is asking for two
more years. Judge Ira II. Jones,
formerly chief justice of the supreme
court, is in the Held for the governor
ship, assailing "Bleuseism", stating
that if elected he will be the governor
of all the people, and condemning the
pardoning record and other ollicial
acts of Governor Please. Between
these two the contest lies and the most
astute politicians admit that the con
j test Is close. "Ill seisin" is the issue
and on this the light will be made. One
I Other candidate. John Duncan, of Co
lumbia, lias also announced thai he
win be in the race for the governor
.Next to the governorship in inter
est is the light for the ofllce of attorney
gem ral. The lion. .1. Praser Lyon,
who has mied the office so satisfactori
ly since 1007, is a candidate for re
election and is being opposed by
"Hub" Evans, of Newberry, and Thos.
11. Peoples, of Barnwoll. Gen. Lyon
was first elected on the anti-dispen
sary platform and he has done signal
service in the prosecutions growing
out of the old dispensary cases and in
the recovering mf the over-charges
from the liquor houses. Interest In
this race is second only to that for
For comptroller general the incum
bent, Mr. A. \V. Jones, is so far un
opposed for re-election. Humor has
stated on several occasions that Capt.
Ed Bacon, of Spai tanburg, who ran
for comptroller general on the Inde
pendent ticket in 1890, would enter
the lists against Mr. Jones, but so far
In' hasn't announced. Whether any
other candidate will come forward to
oppose Gen. Joins is not apparent at
For State treasurer Mr. S. T. Carter,
the presc.il? chief, clerk, an''. Mr. D. W.
Mel.a;u in. the prescht State Inrtd
agent, are candidates. Cap;. P.. H.
Jennings, the present troasvirer, Is:
not goillg to seek re-election.
For secretary of state Mr, R, M.
McCown, the present incumbent and
a candidate for re-election, is unop
posed. Mr. McCown has filled tili?
office for several years.
For adjutant general the incumbent.
Gen. W. \V. Moore, is seeking re-el.lo
tion and so far no one has announce I
against him. although the names of
Jos. R. Allen, of Columbia, and John
1). Frost, of Columbia, who once serv
ed as adjutant generalv have been
mentioned. No definite announcement
has so far come from either Messrs.
Allen or Frost.
For superintendent of education Mr.
J. E. Bwearlngon Is unopposed for
For commissioner of agriculture,
commerce and Industries Mr. K. J.
Watson is the only avowed candidate
so far. The name of .1. R. McGhee, of
Greenville, has been mentioned as a
probable candidate, but Mr. McGhee
stated yesterday that he hadn't made
up his mind as to what he would do in
the matter yet. Mr. Watson is the
present incumbent and has filled the
office since It was first created. This
Is the first year It has been elective,
formerly it having been filled by ap
pointment of the governor.
For railroad commissioner. Major
John G. Richards Is being opposed by
Senator J. H. Wharton. of Laurens,
and James Cansler, of TIrzah. who has
been running for many years. Major
Richards Is filling out the unexpircd
term of the late Mr. Sullivan, and Is a
candidate for the office. Mr. Wharton
, was formerly a member of tho railroad
commission, while Mr. Cansler has
beon running for the place for many
years past and is a well known figure
in every part of the state.
The seven congressmen from this
State will also be Chosen this year. In
the 1st district the Incumbent, George
S. Legare. of Charleston, so far has
no opposition. Congressman .lames
, P. Byrnes, of the 2d district, is round
I Ing out his lirst term and is a candi
date for re-election, and while the
names of T. 0. Croft, of Alken, and T.
II. Rnlnsford, of Edgofield, and oth
ers have been mentioned as possible'
candidates against him, no one lias
formally announced. Congressman
NVyatt Alken, of the 3d district, will
likely have opposition while Congress
man .los. T. Johnson, of the Ith, will
probably be unopposed. In the 5th
district Congressman D. E. Flnley.
the dean of the delegation, will prob
ably bo opposed by Mayor T. 13. But
ler, of Gaffney, and the friends of
Arthur I.. Gaston, of Chester, are also
urging him to run for congress. Mr.
Gaston has declined to make the race
for attorney general, but may make
the race for congress. In the 6th dis
trict Congressman .1. B. Ellerbe will
more than likely have opposition, the
names of P. A. Hodges, of Bennetts
vllle, who opposed him before, and
others being mentioned. In the 7th
no opposition lias so far developed
to Congressman A. F. Lever.
The lower branch of the legislature,
12 I in number, and half of the Sen
ate, 22 in number, are to be elected
this year. In addition county officials
in every county and minor positions
are to be filled so that the voter will
have the chance this year to orpress
Iiis choice for all these positions.
News and Courier.
THIRTY YEARS OF
Remarkable Experience of
rvir.Barry With New Treat
ment Will Surely Inter
est All Sufferers.
; "To every sufferor from backaches
; and kidney trouble.'' says Mr. .Inn. \V.
Harry. ;:::r, Brnndrtff St.. Fort Wayne.
Indiana, "I want to tell that I was a
victim of backaches \Vpr thirty-five
years and that like many of my fel
low-sufforers, I tried hundreds of rem
edies without relief. I was so had at
times I could not remove my cloth
ing. Somebody recommonded Rool
Juice to me. just as I am recommend
ing it to you and after taking it as
I directed I found a speedy cure. |
certainly do not hesitate to commend
I this great medicine to any victim of
i these complaints for I know what it
means to get relief."
The new Root Juice treatment pro
motes a fine appetite, makes dlges
' tion perfect ?o that pure nourishment
enteis the blood: it strengthens the
kidneys and not only drives out rheu
matic poison, but stops its accumula
tion. The results are surprisingly
quick. One week's treatment will
make a different person of you. Many
have said they would not take five
hundred dollars for what the juice
treatment has done for them.
The genuine Root Juice can he sup
piled by any good druggist but the
public is warned against tricky deal
ers who offer worthless or inferior
Imitations upon which they make,
Po allow yourself to suffer from Dyspop.
Bill when oiio 25-cent bottlo of tho
Will romovo all distress. If you'ro auf
!' irina, Konl once to tho no.irost drug storo,
i irohnse a bottlo, draw tho cork, tako a
moutbfUl and rotum homo
l'ci rcc?y Free From
All lWxt rests.
Nomittor how chronic or novoro your
Ooho may bo tho Orovor Graham Dynpop
,i Romody Will euro it. "Wo moan what
?.. <; say. Tost us I
Throo 817.08, 28o., BOo. ami $1.00.
8. OaOVCn cram am co., inc.1 newburqh, n.y.
LACHEMS DRUG tu.
Laurens, S. C.
Take notice that on the 11th day of
May, I will render a final account
of my nets and doings as Adminis
trator of the estate of Andrew Jerry,
deceased, in the office of the Judge of
Probate of Laurens county, at 11 o'
clock, a. in., and on the same day will
apply for a final discharge from my
trust as Administrator.
Any persons Indebted to said estate
are notified and required to make pay
ment on that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate will
present them on or before Raid date,
duly proven, or bo forever barrod.
John F. Bolt,
April 10. 1912,? mo.
It is so FRESH and PURE that
YOU USE ONE-FOURTH LESS
than with other brands. You save
money. You get better results.
is pricked right where it is made (the only
soda factory in the South), and comes to
you in sealed, air-tight, strength-keeping
cartons?fresh and pure.
16 Full Ounces to the Pound.
And no higher in price.
For a Limited Time Only.
Cut out the top from six Eagle-Thistle
packages and enclose with coupon
shown below and 58c to partially cover
expense, and we will send you promptly,
all charges prepaid, one set (6; Rogers'
These spoons are beau
tiful in design and bear no
advertising. Retail value
$2.00 per dozen.
All good grocers carry our soda.
THE MATHIES0N ALKALI WOKKS,
I enclose the tops cut from G Eagle-Thistle
packages, also Money1 Order (or stamps) for 58c.
Please send mo. all charges prepaid, one set (6)
Hogers' Guaranteed Genuine Silver Plated Tea
Miss (or) Mrs.
I Are You a Woman 9
Notice of Teacher*' Examination.
The regular spring teachers' ox
nmlnatlon Will he held in the court
house on Friday, May 3rd, beginning
sharply at 9 o'clock a. m. Tho ques
tions will he based on the State adopt
ed textbooks and those on Pedagogy
I on the South Cnrolina Manuel for ele
I mentary schools.
Those who wht to take the exami
nation will pleaso report at the court
room on time.
Oeo. L. Pitts,
Co. Supt of Education.