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New Stomach Relief Gets ~
Country Wide Endorsement
g The new remedy for Indigestion call
ed "Dlge8tlt" has been found a cer
tain quick4relief and permanent rem
edy for stomach disorders. Letters
from thousands who had suffered the
tortures of Indigestion and got relief
from the use of Digestif are evidence
of Its merit. The enormous increase
in demand from every part of tlie
country is proof of Its popularity. Hut
you do not have to tako anybody's
word for it?try it yourself on an abso
lute guarantee, get a package and if
you don't get relief you can get your
money back for the asking. Brown's
Dlgestlt is a little tablet easy to swal
low and absolutely harmless. It digests i
all the food, prevent*, fermentation,
stops gas formation, prevents stomach
distress after euting, aids assimila
tion, relieves indigestion almost in
stantly and cures dyspepsia?50 cents.
Ask at B. P. Posey's. J
TRIED OUR NEW
Westphalia Ham? Nice
up-to-date classy Hams that
please you. Just in, another
shipment of F. F. V. Hams
that are being used by the
first families of Laurens and
are all the name implies.
From the mountains of
East Tennessee we have se
cured some nice country
cured shoulders and some
monster smoked and pepper
ed Hams suitable for large
families, hotels and boarding
On hand several thousand
pounds nice fresh fat-backs
and rib bellies.
Peas! Peas!! Some extra
fine unknown varieties?the
large blue kind, the mixed
sorts and speckle bunch.
Orange and Amber Cane
seed, German Millet seed
for sale at Laurens, S. C,
J. H. SULLIVAN
Laurens, S. C.
Jno. W. Ferguson C. C. Featherstone
W. B. Knight
FEROUSON, PEATHERSVONE & KNIQHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
Prompt and carefui attention given
to all business.
Office Over Palmetto Bank.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
flives instant relief ami an absolute cure
n all cases of Asthma. Bronchitis, and
Hay Fever. Sold by druggists ; mail on
receipt of price ii.oo.
Trial Paokajro by mail 10 conta.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop*.. Cleveland. Ohio
LAUBENS DRUG CO.
Laurens. S. U
WW See our line of Old Hickory Poroh
S. M. A E. 11. Wilkes & Co.
? SULPHUR SPRINGS. ?
Sulphur Spring, May 20.?Rev. J. A.
Martin, being called lu preach the
funeral of Dr. Pinson, of Cross Hill,
last Sunday, his place was filled by
his son, Guy, of the Louisville Theo
logical Seminary, and from his ser
mon, which was his first, we bespeak
for him a bright future.
Among those from a distance who
worshipped with us Sunday were Mr.
and Mrs. Edd Hunter from Tennessee.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Boyd, of Center
Point, Messrs. Patterson and Law
rence of Harksdnle, Mr. A. P. Nlckols
of Laurcns, Mir. Murphy Wood of
Boyda Mill and Mr. Mark Nelson of
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith of Trlnlty
Rldge visited their parents Mr. and
and Mrs. .). M. Smith Friday night.
Mr. .Joe Smith, and friend, Tom
Bolt, of Laurcns, spent a few days
with homefolks 'ast week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cannon were
with their parents from Saturday un
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker were in
Laurens shopping last Thursday
Miss Mamie Fowler Is at homo again
after several days' stay with her aunt
Mrs. Fred Franks of Harksdale.
We have Just learned that Mr. Bar
ber Jones' little grandson, who has
been very sick in Hock Hill seems to
be some better today.
We are sorry to hear that Mrs. Thad
Martin does not Improve as her friends
Mr. Ed Teague is all smiles, anoth
er voter has arrived at his home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Felts and daught
er, Eunice, were shopping in Laurens
Thursday, also Misses Mamie and
Nannie Fowler, Mrs. (5. O. Teague and
Miss Annie Hawkins.
Quite a crowd from our berg at
tended the picnic at Jones last Fri
day. Among the number being Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Smith and family, Mr. I
Asa Tongue and Miss Minnie.
Mr. and Mrs. G. (). Teague visited
Mrs. Teague'a parents near Heaver
Misses Lizzie and Joe Walker visit
ed their little friend, Louise Saxon,
Lame back is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles of the
back, for which you win find nothing
bettor than Chamberlain's Liniment.
For Sale by all dealers.
' '* ^ Flanders "20" Roadster, $750
You Want the Best?Not the Cheapest
Don't be alarmed if somebody tells you you can buy an automobile for less money
than the #750 Studebaker-Flandcrs "20." You can, but you better not. The Flanders
"20" corresponds point by point with the best and highest priced cars sold. Cheaper cars
at every vital point arc built on ideas long ago discarded for good cars. Don't take our
word for it. Make comparisons and see.
The Studebaker-Planders "20" is a marval?a high grade modern car at a low price.
If you pay less, yoti buy much less. And the cheaper car to-day will cost you far more in
the long run. The competing car isn't sold which the Studebaker Corporation, the great
automobile manufacturers in the world, couldn't reproduce for less money; but we won't
build a cheap car, because the name "Studebaker" means the best for your money.
If you are content with a car that runs to-day and dies to-morrow, don't buy the
$750 Flanders "20." It will wear for years. Remember this?the Studebaker-Flanders
? u2o" will outwear 2 to 1 any other car under $1,100 and give you double satisfaction,
1 confidence and comfort into the bargain.
We can prove it?Send for new catalogue
THE STUDEBAKER CORPORATION
; Detroit, Michigan
Swygert & Teague, Agents
Laurens, S. C.
PLATFORM ADOPTED AT
ThePlatform Guarantees to Every
White Voter in the State the Rights
of the Primary Election.
Columbia, May 17.?Condemning the
republican high tariff and other repub
lican principles commending demo
cratic tariff, for revenue only, and
other democratic principles and op
posing any restrictions of the demo
cratic primary, the platform of the
democratic party in South Carolina
was reported to the state convention
shortly after 2 o'clock Thursday morn
ing by the committee on platforms und
was adopted by vote of the conven
tion. Mr. W. F. Stevenson was chair
man of the committee and it consisted
of one member of each county delega
The platform favors the guarantee
to every white voter in the state the
rights of the primary election, it de
clares for farm demonstration work
and favors the extension of the school
The committee on platform filed the
document With the secretary, Mr. Jas.
A. Hoyt, of the convention, but Thurs
day morning he was unable to allow it
to be used for publication.
The substance of the platform is as
That the democratic party of South
Carolina do declare Itself opposed to
the republican protective tariff.
That it declare itself in favor of a
tariff for revenue only, such as is ad
vocated by leading democratic states
That it commends ns worthy of
praise the efforts of the present dem
ocratic members of the national con
gress to Bccure such a tariff.
That it condemns the Aldrich mone
tary system as being a money mon
That It believes the expansion and
contraction of the currency should be
left to the people.
That it declare itself in favor of the
conservation of the natural resources
of the nation, the preservation of the
forests and the water powers for the
benefit of the people.
That It declare its favor of the farm
demonstration work as now being
conducted by the federal government.
That It, condemn the republican
pension grab, the recent increase in
the pension disbursements.
That It commends as worthy of the
best welfare of the country the ox
tension of the common school system
of the Btates.
That it guarantee to every white
man the right of the primary election.
The Demons of the Swamp.
are moSQUitos. As they sting they
put deadly malaria germs In the blood.'
Then follow the Icy chills and the flres
of fever. The appetite Hies and the
strength fnils; also malaria often
pnves the way for deadly typhoid. Hut
Electric Hitters kill and cast out the
malaria germs from the blood; give
you a line appetite and renew your
strength. "After Ioiir suffering," wrote
Wm. Fret well, of Lucatua, N. C, "three
bottles drove all the malaria from my
system, and I've had good health ever
since." Hest for all stomach, liver
and kidney Ills. f>0e at Laurens Drug
Co. and Palmetto Drug Co.
GRACE CANDIDATE WITHDRAWS.
CouluVt Rut up with the Stund Tukeu
by his Former Supporters at the
Charleston, May 17.?-William P.
Can* of Meggett's caused a sensation
in polities! circles todoy by announc
ing Iiis withdrawal from the race
for sheriff, leaving Cu,?t. Martin with
out opposition. Carr states In his let
ter of withdrawal that he has deter
mined not to stand for office because
ho does not npprovo of the stand
which was taken by the faction from
I which he was expected to draw his
chief support. He did not attend
the county convention but he went to
Columbia, on the Grace-Slnkler dele
gation and he states thai he heard
the arguments before the committee
on credentials which convinced him
upon reflection that the Bamwell
convention was the legally organized
meeting of the county democracy and
that he does not feel that he can ap
prove of the action of the other fac
tion and he therefore determined to
<iuit tho race at once, as it would be
improper for him to remain longer
as ? candidate of the Grace-Sinkler
faction. The withdrawal of Mr. Carr
Is the third to take place In the
shrievalty contest. First L. C. A.
Roessler was to make the race and
it was determined by the political
forces that he should give place to
J. 1*. DeVaux and that the former
should run for clerk of the court.
Pressure was brought to bear upon
DeVaux to quit and when he threw
up the sponge, Carr was brought out,
with the purpose chiefly of dividing
the country vote where Capt. Martin
lias always been strong. The politi
cians would not talk about the mat
ter today. It is probable that an
opposition candidate will bo found
by Capt. Martin's opponents, but the
several withdrawals serve the pur
pose of weakening the opposition to
the incumbent.?The State.
Tells Women How to Have Charming
Rough, coarse hair is unnecessary!
so is faded, dull looking hair.
Dandruff and scalp itch arc both
caused by an accumulation of scurfy
lilth and can easily be gotten rid of.
Dandruff germs cause falling hair
and diseases of the hair and scalp, and
should be destroyed.
If you have any of the hair troubles
mentions above the Laurens Drug
Co. guarantees PARISIAN SACK to
end everyone of them or will refund
PARISIAN SACK is a delightful hair
dressing that is being vised today by
many thousands of lovely Americans
who detest uncleanliness. Large bot
tle 50 cents.
To Count) Fair Associations.
Clemson College lias many calls
each year for competent nun to act
as judges at county fairs. On account
of tho fact that so many of tho fairs
are held at the same time, and as ve
are 'making effort to encourage and
assist these lairs, we would he glad to
hear from the ofllcers of every county
fair association in the State that ex
pects to hold a fair this fall, and that
want.; judges from the college to sec
if dales can be arranged to suit.
The Extension Division is now mak
ing its schedule, as far as possible, for
the .summer and fall, so we would like
to hear from tho fair associations as
soon as possible, so that plans can be
made to furnish every assistance pos
Trusting that every county may
have a good fair this fall, we remain.
Yours for service,
Clemson College, S. C.
It would surprise you to know of
the great good that is being done by
Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Dow
? ey, of Nowberg Junction, N. D., writes
"My wife has been using Chamber
lain's Tablets and finds them very ef-1
fectual and doing her lots of good."
If you have any trouble with your
stomach or bowels give them 1 trial.
For sale by all dealers.
A special meeting of FalrvioW camp
will be held on Wednesday evening,
.May, 22nd at 8 p. m., for tho purpose
of conferring degree work. Your
presence is earnestly requested.
K. Ii. Donaldson, Clerk
L. E. Bishop, C. C?
If you will send your name and ad
dress with TpSc. money order or
stamps, and the tops from six pack
ages Of Eagle-Thistle Soda, to the
MathlOSOn Alkali Works, Saltville, Va.,
they will send you at once, as a gift,
an elogont set of six Rodgers sterling
silver plated teaspoons and also a very
Intort uing cook book.
White Mountain .Arctic, Alaska and
North Pole Ice Cream Freezers, all
sl/.e.t in stock at
s. M, & E. II. Wllkos & Co.
We Start with the
Rough Log - <^
We end with the finished product,
and every operation is done by our own
men in our own mills.
Sash, doors, blinds, screens, mouldings,
columns, grilles, newel posts, shingles, latn,
interior finish, etc.?everything in building
material we furnish in both quantity ana
Complete house bills from architect's plans
and builder's lists our specialty.
Bring or mail in your specification. Get our
"Buy of the Maker"
AUGUSTA LUMBER CO.
LOW ROUND TRIP RATES
Washington, D. C,
Account Unveiling of Columbus Monument,
June 8th, 1912
(Rates Open to Everybody)
S E A B O A 111)
Air Line Railway
Tickets will be sold from principal stations on
SEABOARD and connecting lines June 5th, 6th
and 7th. Final limit June 12th, 1912, unless de
posited at Washington for extension. Will cost
$1.00 to extend limit until July 12th, 1912.
Rates from Chester, S. C, . $13.55
Rates from Carlisle, " . 14.05
Rates from Clinton, " . 14.90
Rates from Greenwood, S. C,. 15.75
Rates from Abbeville, S. C, 10.60
Rates from Calhoun Falls, S. C, 16.60
Proportionately low rates from other stations.
See that your ticket reads via SEABOARD. Ac
count of convenient schedules the trip to Wash
ington may be made in one day or one night.
Ask SEABOARD Agents or write,
W. B. Gresham, Fred Geissler,
T. P. A. A. G. P. A.
Special Round Trip
Ashville, N. C.
Joint Shrine Meeting
June 9th,10th, 11th. $Q ?JA
Final Limit June 15th ypU* W
To Washington, D. C, $15.20. Tickets on
sale June 5th and 7th with final limit June 12th.
Purchases may secure an extension of the final
limit to and including July 12th, 1912, upon pay
ment fee of $1.00 per ticket.
To Augusta, Ga., $4.05. Tickets on sale June
16th and 17th from limit June 24th.
To Knoxville, Tenn., account Summer School
$7.40. Tickets on sale June 16, 17, 18, 22, 23, 29.
July 6, 7 and 13th. Tickets limited 15th days.
Purcher may secure an extension of the final limit
to and including Sept. 30th, 1912 upon payment
fee of $1.00 per ticket.
Week End and Summer Excursion Ratos now
on to the Mountain and Seashore resorts.
F. J. NELSON, Ticket Agent.