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I DR. SIMMONS
1 Palatable Medicine especially
prepared (o relieve and cure Hie
diseases which affect women
This excellent medicine is not only
successful in conquering the pain
ful and prostrating diseases that
attack the female genorativo system
but it is exceptionally pleasant to
take. Tho usual rule that the nastier
the medicine tho more effective it
is, is reversed in tho case of Squaw
Vine Wine. It is ono of the pleas
antest of medicines. The fresh
juice of a well ripened sweet orange
is not more agreeable. It is indeed
a happy combination of sweet herbs
compounded with just enough
spirits to keep it fresh and active in
its medicinal effect. Poor, tired
mothers, worn out with the cares
of a family and household, and suf
fering from those distressing aches,
bearing down pains and nervousness
which women only know, revive
wonderfully under its strengthening
and exhilirating influence. It eases
pain, strengthens weakened parts,
corrects irregularities, builds up
a strong, vigorous body, restores
brightness to the eye and color to
Sold by Druggitta and Dealer?
Price $1 Per Bottle
CJT.SIMMONS MEDICINE CO.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
LA WIENS DRUG CO.
I.aureus, .S. C.
"HAIR THAT GIVES FATHER TIME I
Wt are jusi about us old m we LOOK
People judge us, by the way we LOOK.
The man or woman with grey hair it be
ginning to get in the "Old Timer's Class."
^'his Twentieth Century docs NOT want
GRKY hairs-it wants the energy of Youth.
big things are being done by the
There's a sort of "Has Been" look
about those "Grey Hairs." There is always
one to criticise and smile scornfully.
Father Time is a stern disciplinarian.
Get the best of him. Give him the laugh.
Do not be u "HasBecn." It's unnecessary.
? ? Use HAY'S HAIR HEALTH
SI MO and 50c at Drug Stores or direct upon receipt
ft ?rirm and driller's name: Send 10c for trial
eUuU.?PiiU Hay Specialties Co.. Newark, N.J.
For sale and recommended by
LAMiKNS DRCO CO.
Lauren*. r\ C,
Jinj a Good Farm or a Timber Tract
Ja South Georgia.
Write today for my booklet of "one
hundred farms and timber tracts for
Bale." In the banner counties of Thomas
Jtronks, Grady, Dccatur, and Mitchell.
Larjto tractn, small tracts, improved or
? i improved, flno level sandy loam and
red pebbly land with red clap subsoil,
i sjor abundant, best roads in Georgia,
'?"t cotton landB in tho South, good
Yielfihbc.rhonds, schools and churches,
pare free, stone and artesian water,
plenty hog and hominy, saw mill tim
ber, turpentine locations, cut over
landtt, colonization lands, line stock
rabthtg nectlon, city property paying
10 per cent and over.
Write, me what you want and I will
answer by early mall describing the
property which you want.
Yours to serve.
W. E. CRAIGMILES,
?-3t Thomasville. Ga.
V. B. Dial A. C. Toon
DIAL & TODD
Aiiorncys al I.nvv
Enterprise Bank Building, 1.aureus, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
MONHY TO LOAN
W. Ferguson C. C. Feathers tone |
W. B. Knight
FB?GUSON, FCATTIERSTONE k KNIOHT
Attorneys at Law
I aureus, S, C.
prompt and careful attention given
Office Over Palmetto Bank.
Thinks ThHt Winter Will be Early and
That There Will be Some Snow.
Severe frost- will occur In the periods
of October 2-5. This will be quite
early, but not altogehter, unusual, as
killing frost has occured in the Pied
mont section of South Carolina as
early as September 21; The first
predicted by the Dutch weather pro
phet for the first week in October
will not bo a killing frost in the lati
tude of Columbia, but it is more than
probable that it will kill vegetation
October 11-17 will also be another
period of low temperature.
The rainfall during tUe three
months ending with December will be
above the normal with east and north
east winds largely prevailing during
the fall months.
The winter wll not be without
snow. A heavy fall of snow Is in
dicated for the period of which the
winter solstice (December 21) Is the
There will be no general West In
dian storm this year. The influence
which produce these storms have not
been cetrallzed this year, but they
have become separated, and thus are
producing phenomlnal disturbances
The Mississippi overflow was the re
sult of the storm which centered a
round November 18, 1911, and which
was predicted in these forcasts. Like
wise this same storm made it possible
for the gulf storm to enter the main
land at Mobile several weeks ago, for
the planetary conditions which have
been at work for a year had formed a
fortification of air pressure Which
made it Impossible for a tropical storm
to break in at any point on the coast
except the north central gulf coast.
A special forcast for temperature
of October 1 to December 21 will be
made on the former date.?The State.
If you have young children you
have perhaps noticed that disorders of
the stomach are their most common
ailment. To correct this you will Und
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets excellent. They are easy and
pleasant to take, and mild and gcntlo
In effect. For sale by all dealers.
? TYLEBSTILLE DOTS. ?
Tylersvllle, Sept. 28.?On account of
the continued rains last week very lit
tle cotton was gathered, and the faTm
ers are behind with the sowing of
their grain In this community.
Mr. J. D. Sexton and daughter, Wil
lie, of Damons, visited Mr. and Mrs.
T. P. I'oole and family Sunday.
Mr. N'iles Clark spent the week-end
with his mother .Mrs. Mattie Clark.
Dr. S. P. B'.akely spent Sunday with
Mr. Will Fleming at Ora.
Mr. B. \\\ Blakely was In Clinton
Mr. J. VY. Donnan spent the week
end with relatives near Fountain Inn.
Miss Mattie Donnan visited Miss
Mattie Belle Peterson last week.
Misses Lila and Nonnie Clark were
in Laurens shopping last Saturday.
Miss Mattie Sloan returned home
Monday from an extended visit to
friends and relatives near Fountain
Miss Mattie nolle Peterson spent
last Friday afternoon with .Miss Grace
Mr. Fur man Poole was In Laurcns
on business Saturday.
Headquarters Laurens Regiment,
U. C, V.
Laurens, S. C, Oct 1, 1012.
The attention of survivors and the
families and friends of soldiers who
served In the State Troops on the sea
coast, or in companies or commands
raised In counties other than Lau
ren:;, are again earnestly reminded
that we have no rolls of such troops
and of the necessity for them to send
in writing, the names of these men,
whether living or dead. Send names,
company and regiment, where died or
killed or if living.
Please mail to W. A. McClintock,
Ora, S. C, or W. P Coker Fountain
Inn. S. C. These comrades have
charge of the workf a work that ap
peals to every lover of the Southern
cause) of putting in the court house,
in enduring form, a roll of every sold
ier who enlisted from old Laurens
O. O. Thompson,
The.quickest and easiest way to opeh
up your mucus clogged head and free
the throat from Catarrhal secretions
Is to broathc Booth's IIVOMRI.
Don't wnsto time with impossible
methods; IfYOMKI has fnded the
misery of Catarrh for thousands of
dospalrlng suffere-s; It Will do the
same for you If you will give it a fair
Just breathe it; It kills Catarrh
germs and banishes Catarrh. A IIYO
MB1 outUt, which includes Inhaler,
costs $1.00. Beparate hottles If after
wards needed, 50c, at pharmacists ev
erywhere. Money back from Laurens
Drug Co. If dlssatisflcd.
KB WS FROM JONES.
Jones, S. C, Sept. 28.?We recently
had the pleasure of meeting Capt.
James B. Humbert and Col. James
Machen of Princeton.
Mrs. Amanda Mitchell, widow of the
Into Capt. Enoch Mitchell and sister
of Mcs:;rs. Jas. and Coleman Cork,
passed away on the 20th lust, and was
laid to rest at Mt. Bethel cemetery.
She was a most excellent lady and all
of our people tenderly sympathize with
I the bereaved relatives.
Prof. J. C. and Walter Cork of Rock
Hill, Coleman Cork, of Columbia, and
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Snyder of Ga., at
tended the funeral of Mrs. Mitchell.
Mr. Clifton Robertson of A igusta,
recently visited his mother.
Messrs. J. A. and W. T. Hill are
furnishing their patrons at Ware
Shoals with choice butter from their
We recently met our young friend,
Mr. Archie Dallas, while on a visit
to his parents, Rev. and Mrs. Jas. M.
Dallas. He has a fine railroad posi
tion at Corbln, Ky., and his friends
wish him great success.
We had the pleasure last week of
meeting our venerable friend, Uncle
Poel Dlackwell of Due'West. He is
in his 93rd year and is remarkably
well preserved. In common with his
many friends we hope he may be
spared many years.
Miss Isabolle Bencham has entered
Mrs. Mary Smith of Laurcns visit
ed Mrs. Dr. WlllleP. Jones last week,
Miss Nona Riley left some time ago
to take charge of her school In Lau
rens county. She Is held in high es
teem by her patrons as this is her
fourth year as principal.
We recently met our friend Mr. Mar
tin Arnold of Belton.
Mr. Fletcher, of Spartanburg paid
us a pleasant visit last week.
Mrs. C. A. Gates of North Carolina
Is visiting her parents, Hon. and Mrs.
J. F. Morrison.
Miss Dorcas Graham was the guest
of Miss Lai a Jones last week.
Rev. .lames M. Dallas attended the
Presbytery at Donalds.
Mr. Monroe Harris passed away on
the 24th inst. Mr. Harris was an in
dulgent father and warm-hearted
friend. We tender our heart-felt sym
pathy to his bereaved family.
* RABUN NEWS. ?
Rabun, Sept. 30.?A number of the
Rabun people attended the fair at
Falrvlew last Friday.
Miss Marie Mabon left for Lime
stone college last Wednesday.
Mrs. T. F. Habb, Mr. Houston Babb
and Miss Mae Babb were In Green
Mr. Lawrence Mahon of Greenville
was visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
William Mahon Sunday.
Miss Edna Owens and Miss Irene
Owens spent one night last week with
Misses Lala and Carrie Stone of Merna
Mr. Calvin Anderson of Merna sec
tion spent last Friday night with Mr.
T. F. Babb.
Rev. ond Mrs. Earl Babb of Easley
are visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Babb this week.
Mrs. Paul Willis and children of
Shiloh section spent several days last
week with her mother Mrs. Melvlna
Miss Vivian Owens of Eden section
spent Sunday with Misses Mae and
Mr. L. H. Roper and Miss Effle Rop
er of Laurens are visiting Mr. James
Roper and family,
Mr. Houston Babb was In Laurens
Monday on business.
Mr. H. H. Mahon attended the un
ion meeting at Poplar Spring Satur
day and Sunday.
WHY NOT GET
Every Article of Merit that Is Sold
These Bays Is Guaranteed?No
Guarantee Often Means Poor Quality
There is very little excuse for any
person to Claim that he has been
"stung" on a purchase. Fifty years
ago the buyer had to look out. but to
v it Is unusual o find a merchant
who will not return the money for any
who will not return the money for
any article that has proved unsatis
factory. An excellent of this kind of
fair dealing Is shown by the clean-cut
guarantee that Laurens Drug Co. give
on Dodson's Liver Tone.
These people tell us that any per
son who pays r>0c. for a bottle of Dod
son'sLlver Tone and does not find It
a gentle and most pleasant liver
tonic, harmless, but a sure reliever of
constipation and a perfect substitute
for calomel, can get his money back
Just as quick aa thoy can get It out of
the money drawer.
Dodson's Liver Tone has practically
taken the place of calomel. It Is ab
solutely harmless, sure in Its action
and cause no restriction of habit or
diet. No wonder the drug people are
glad to guarantee It, while other rem
edies that Imitate the claims of Dod
son'sLiver Tone are not guaranteed
We are showing a full line of Nlckle
Plated Chafing Dishes, Baking Dishes,
Tea Pots, Kettles, etc.
S. M. & E. H. WUkes A Co.
Everything In Its Class!
Even among people there are intellectual, ed
ucational, moral and other differences, in indi
viduals. So in every article of commerce there
are diversities of grades and classes. Each arti
cle should be represented in the class to which it
belongs. We sei. some of the very best pianos
but we also sell some which are not so good as
the best. Every piano we sell is represented in
the class to which it belongs. We do not repre
sent a Third class Piano as First class, nor do we
ask you from $75.00 to $100.00 more for a piano
than it is legitimately worth. You can depend
upon what we tell you about a piano and we give
you better value for the money than can be ob
tained elsewhere. We can refer you to hundreds
of piano customers who will back up what we
say. Call upon us or write us.
GREENWOOD, S. C.
"On the Job Again"
Paying the Highest Market
With most convenient place to
weigh and unload. Your seed
unloaded off your wagon Free
Located between the Cotton
R. M. Eichelberger
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your nervous ay?
tcm and caused trouble with your kid
neys and bladder? Have you pnina In
loins, side, back and bladder? Have you
a flabby appearance of the faco, and un
der the eyea? A frequent desire to pans
urine? If ho, Williams' Kidney Pllla will
Inire you?Druggist, Price 60c.
Williams mfg. co.. Prop*.. cuTeUnd,ou3
LAUREN'S DRUG CO.
Lauren s, 8. C
M. R. WILKES
LAURENS, S. C.
Take notice that on the 2f>th day of
October, I will render a final account
of my acts and doings as Administra
tor of the estate of Isaac Garrett, de
ceased. In the office of the Judge of
Probate of Laurens county at 11
o'clock a. m., 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 said date,
dulv proven, or be forever barred.
W. L. Garrett,
September 2f>, 1012.?1 mo.
Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts,
prompt attention given to all business.
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POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and an absoluta cure
in all cases of Asthma. Bronchitis, and
Hay Fever. Sold by druggists ; mail on
receipt of price ti.oo.
TrUil Parkapre by mall If) cents.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Prop*., Cleveland, Ohio
LAURENS DRUG CO.
I.niiicns, S. U