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Is, more popular now
chan ever. It is an ideal
Rift for a birthday or
We have some beau
ties is Scarf-Pins, Pend
ant-Lockets and Broa
ches in both the shell
and stone varieties at
reasonable prices, qual
As the Dew Covers
the Ground by Night
The Big Store Sells Goods all
Over Laurent County by Day
The Bljr Chief makes the price ami
the Boys rake your orders ami gee that
yon pet all that Is coming to yon.
How with a season in the ground
tsow Urn In?we have lied Hust Proof
liat.s, Winter Barley, Rye, Vetch and
Oimson Clover, also Onion Sets for
fall plaint inu; several tons of high
Sgrade Acid on hand.
Still another can* of White Satin
IFJour in this ?eck don't it heat the
Jews the wnj WC sell White Satin
Fresh water .ground Corn Meal, Itice
HeaV, Cotton Seed Meal, Bran and
"Skorl.s, Porno Horse and Mule Feed
.-and Chicken Feed.
New Cotton Ties, Pieced Cotton
Tie*, Factory Bugging 2 lbs 2M lbs
ami 3 lbs He-rolled good Hngirlmr and
3 lb* and 8s new Ragging all for you
at the lowest price.
? r. 0. W. Profit! is now one of our
Laurens, S. C.
YES OR NO ?
I*> you intend that your lifo shall ba
"wontod f Dynpopnia renders your ox
isleacc miaorablo and predisposes to all
?JiMUJMa. Iuvuut 25 conta in a bottle ef
n i id obtain nil the bonoflt its use insures,
til., instant roliof from distress, porfect
uv.cntioii anil a pormanont cure of the
znnot chronic enso of Dyspnpsla, Hoart
>>urn, Q. -fcritns or any form of stomach
If you would bo strong and woll try It
Throe Sums, 25c. 60o. and $1.00.
?.OROVER GRAHAM CO..' INC.' NEWBUROH, N.Y.
LAURKNS DRUG tu.
Lanrens. 8. ('.
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Is ar?t)a>>ir imtonmiila, Comniunlnv
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takon tiirmiuh Muim A Co. (ecolj*
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AlWidatnfl/ nin.trm.' 1 waakl/. I-araeat elr
jiliUon of an/ srloutld.- JonriiHl. Term*. |.1 a
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MM & Co.38,B'?^ New York
Jtomach Onjea. C3t> T Ht? Washing., mi. I). C.
GIVE OWNERS NAME
New Law Which Hoch Into Effect Get
1 Mso Kcqulres Statement of Cir
Postmastor General Hitchcock has
Issued Instructions for carrying Into
effect the now newspaper and period
ical law, first returns undor which
must bo made by October i.
The law requires publisher's to file
on April and October l of each year
with the postmaster general and with
the local postmaster, under penalty
of denial of tho use of the mails, a
.sworn statement of tnc nnmcs and
addresses of the owner, publisher,
editor managing editor, and business
manager of their newspapers and
periodicals. Religious, fraternal, tem
perance and selentlnc publications
For a corporation the names of the
holders of more than .ouo per cent,
of tho stocks, bonds, or other securi
ties must be given, and In the ease
of dally newspapers, a statement of
the average paid circulation for the
preceding six months Is required.
All editorial or other reading mat
ter appearing in a newspaper or
magazine for the publication of which
pay is accepted or promised must be
marked "Advertisement." under pen
alty of a tine of not less than $50 or
more than $600.
"Although this law was not favored
by the post office department." said
Postmaster General Hitchcock, "it
will be administered faithfully and
Impartially, in framing the act con
gress doubtless had in mind the lead
ing daily newspapers, but It affects
also nearly 18,000 weeklies. Many of
those publications have a hard strug
gle for existence and will find the
making of returns a considerable bur
"In my judgment - and I so ex
pressed it to congress-the provision
will be harmful, as it will require
tlic continuous use of valuable space
in the publications, and at the same
time be resented as a censorship of
In the Dental Chair.
Hv W. D. S.
I was .walking down the main street
Of I.aureus and read this sinn, .lames
Parker, dentist, up stairs. He is the
very man I ought to see. so I walked
slowly up the steps into his office.
Good evening sir! Take a seat! What
|can I do for you? I was thinking all
the time about that case of bright
steel pullers. I have an old tooth to
fill. It is too far gone, it is liable to
break off any day. There is nothing to
do but pull it out. Will it hurt much?
I can put some cocaine on it to dead
en the pain! I don't won't any of it
put in, the last time it was used, I did
not like the after-feeling; you can
pull it just so. Dock fooled me! I was
not watching him very closely, thought
be would cut around the tooth first.
He put the forceps on and was yanking
it out before 1 knew he had them in
my mouth. Now what about those
old ones with tops broken off? I want
them out. He pulled two on one side
and then two on the other side of my
eye tooth. 1 have often heard often
heard the expression "It was like pull
ing an eye tooth." I know now ex
actly how it feels to have one extracted
I had to study a while about pulling
this one. I can put on some coeane.
No! .lust give me a stiff drink of whis
key. 1 have none. Go ahead, dry so.
He put on the forceps and went to sak
Ing and pulling. I thought he would
break my jaw bone. Out comes one
half of lt. I had to rest a while for
the last effort, Down went the pullers
Into the gums. We were on another
shaking and braking of roots. I had
too much iron in my mouth to holler,
but 1 kicked right smart before she
When 1 was a 1. a boy, I had to be
paid Well, before the string was tired
on the lottle tooth just sticking loose
ly in the gum. And a solemn prom
ise has to be given that 1 was to pull
the airing myself. From that day on
I hnve never been anxious to have a
Let an old molar get to aching, jump
ing an<] thumplllg like the top of your
head is coming of. When wife is up
all times of the night, making hot salt
and ashe poultices and hot towels on
the out side, and using hot drops of
laudnum and pain killer on the inside.
When the children peep into the door
and say. "Don't go in. Daddy Is In a
bad humor and he might jump on you."
You can't get down to Laurens too
soon, then right up the steps, two at
a time you will go. and plump down
into the dental chair and exclaim,
Dock! yank her out quick.
This is one time you don't grumble
at the hurt and expense! Here I am
with six gaping holes in my jaws,
living on a soft diet, until my gums
heal over again.
.T. W. Copeland. of Dayton. Ohio,
purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for his hoy who had a
cold and before the bottle was all used
the boy'.-; cold was gone. Is that not
better than to pay a live dollar doctor's
bill? For sale by all dealers.
? WATT* MILLS
Watts Mills. Sept. 28.?Since your
correspondent's last writing this com
munity has been visited by a good
season of rain.
Mr. M. C. Tldwell was visiting in
Spartanburg and Onffnoy during tlie
There was an entertainment at the
Watts Mill auditorium last Wednesday
night given by the Noll Bunnell Con
cert company. This entertainment was
an onjoynble occasion and enjoyed by |
the large crowd in attendance. The
people here are certainly grateful to
the Watts Mill company for nivinn
to their operatives such enjoyable en
Several were present at prayer
meeting Thursday night, notwith
standing the unfavorable weather.
Mr. .?. W. llishop or Woodvllle, vis
ited in this community last week.
How much longer will we be held
In suspense regarding the election
Here's hoping that soon all will he
settled In a fair and honest way and
: that fair South Carolina, our proud
and native state may never again have
placed on her records such an clec
' tlon year as the one In 1912. Oh, for
honesty and true patriotism among all
classes. Let the man who has a pre
judiced heart against any one lay this
aside, and let's all sit down and rest
in peace once again.
Mrs. O'Shlelds died last Wednesday
at the home of her son. Mr. 11. B.
O'Shields. She had been sick for n
number of days with paralysis. She
was a Christian lady and highly re
spected by all who knew her. The
many friends sympathize with her
children and relatives in this, their
hour of deep sorrow, but sorrowing
J once look to that blessed Saviour who
is allwtse and doeth all things well,!
and there find sweet consolation and
comfort In the thought that our loved
ones are safe in Jesus' loving arms
! and that shortly we too must pass
from this clime and unite with them
again in that celestial world, never
more to say good bye.
The union metting met with Lucas
' Ave. Baptist church Saturday and
Sunday. September 28th and 29th,
There was very good attendance at
this union. On Sunday Rev. L. S.
Shoaly pastor of Lau t ens and of War
rior Creek churches preached the
missionary sermon. He preached a
most inspiring sermon from the text
"Preach the gospel in the regions
beyond you.*' The union meeting will
I next time be held with Lanford Bap
On last Sunday night Bio. .1. A.
Mailer lllled the pulpit at Lucas Ave
nue Baptist church. He preached to
quite a largo congregation from the
subject "Evil among men and length
Mr. S. M. Colter and family who
for a number of years have resided
at Watts Mill have moved to Augusta,
da. His friends regret to see him
leave Watts Mill and wish him suc
cess and good luck in his future home.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Codfrey visited
1 at Laurens Mill last Sunday.
The cotton on the Mill company's
farm is the best your correspondent
has seen this season.
Mr. Woodruff gave a dinner at Iiis
home last Saturday In honor of his
birthday. A number of friends and
relative.-, were present and enjoyed a
1 nice time.
Mr. Hobt. T. Donnan overseer of
, the cloth room at Duncan Mills,
) Greenville, S. C. visited at the home
Of his brother. Mr. P. M. Donnan of
Watts Mill, Sunday Sept. 22nd.
Well, winter is almost with us
again. Soon the green earth will don
her frosty white mantle, and we'll
gather around the tlreside and forget
the hot sultry days of the past sum
mer and autumn.
What has become of W. D. S.? We
certainly enjoy his letters to The Ad
vertiser and take great * delight in
learning about the by-gone days and
about the old soldiers, some of whom
now sleep in the dust.
Hundreds of Laurens Headers know
What It Means.
The kidneys are often overtaxed:
Have too much to do
They generally tell about it in many
aches and pains?
Backache, dizziness, headache.
Karly symptoms of kidnoy Ills
Urinary troubles, dropsy, Bright's
disease may follow
The statement below shows you a
reliable remedy for kidney-Ills!
Mrs. W. F. Ingle, Mill House 121.
Clinton. S. C, says: "My back ached
so much that I could hardly .get about
and my kidneys were out ojf order. I
had headaches and dizzy spells and
after felt nervous. Medicine did me
no good until I got Doan's Kidney
Bills. This preparation soon dispos
ed of my aches and pains and restored
my kidneys to a normal condition. I
urge other kidney sufferers to give
this medicine a trial."
For sale by all dealers Price .",0
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name?Doan's?and
take no other.
THE BEST IN
IT'S a Beautiful Array of Women's Fail Footwear that
we ha*ve here spread out for your choosing!
Each Shoe is an exclusive, creation from America's
leading fashion authorities in Footwear. There are leathers
of Gun Metal Calf, Patent Colt, Suedes, Tan Calf, Velvets, etc.
Our medium priced Shoes are the best values erer offered
at the prices. Our Shoes of luxury, you will say, excel any
thing in beautiful Shoemaking you've ever seen.
CLARDY & WILSON
THE SHOE MEN
ONE PRICE STORE
Positive Savings in
Needed Fall Wearables
Why wait for the odds and ends when the
very cream of the season's stock is here for you
to choose from. We are proud of our New Fall
Stock, the largest, most complete and most
money-saving stock we have ever shown. A
magnificent array of
Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Notions,
Ladies'Suits, Shoes, Hats and
Always ready for your inspection, and our prices
are the closest-cut ever given to the people of
Laurens County. Come and take your choice of
the autumn beauties.
Salesman and Saleslady Wanted?We want
one good salesman and one good saleslady. Ap
ply at once.
One Door Below Po?t Office Lauren?, South Carolina