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No Danger of Stomach Distress or
Indigestion if You Take Digestit
Bat what you want ami "Digestit."
Two or three tablets ufter eating pro
vents that full uncomfortable reel In ;
?It digests all the food and makes
your Btomnch feel fine. Ilrown's Di
gestit is an aid to Digestion, i|ulcl<
certain rollof for Indigestion, and .1
permanent remedy ror stomach up
Beth. It is perfectly harmless, Hue for
Children as well as grown-ups. No
use to suffer tho tortures of Indiges
tion! Sour Stomach, 'ins, Belching or
lother lip-seta-? Digestit relieves quick
rly; almost Immediately after taking 11
1 dORO your stoinaclf feels good as now
Digestit has jbrtfught relief to thou
sands?why iiu(r you? Try it on our
guarantee. \t?? uro so confident it
I will belt) you wo will give back youi
money if it falls. <!et n package to
day and try it titter eating, .Ju^t see
!how it helps your tired overworked
stomach digest the food -no distress
I Daurens Drug Co.. Laurens, S. C.
This is a Duke's Mixture Umbrella
Whether you smoke Duke's Mixture In pipe or cigar
ette, it ts delightfully satisfying Everywhere U la the
choice of men who want real, natural tobacco.
In each 5c sack there are one and a half ounces of
choice Virginia and North Carolina tobacco?pure, mild,
rich?best sort of granulated tobacco Enough to make
many good, satisfying cigarettes?the kind that makes
rolling popular And with each sack you get a present
coupon and a hook of cigarette papers free.
Get an Umbrella Free
The coupons can be exchanged for alf 6orts of valu
able presents The list includes not only smokers* articles
?but many desirable presents for women and children
toilet articles, tennis
gloves and masks, etc.
and January only we
tvill send our Illustrated
catalogue of presents
FREE to any address. Ask
for it od a postal, today.
Coupons from Dukft Mixture may
it assorted tvith tagt from horse
shoe, j. t..tinslevs natu
ral leaf. granger twist.
coupons from four roses (10c
tin doublt coupon). pick plug
cut, piedmont cigaret tes,
cux cigarettes, and oihtr
taxi of coupons issutd by us.
G^yMXtf/ftjiJtAA/ c/*&oeo Cos
St. LouU. Mo
only remedies and preparations
that we know all about. The
question of profit does not enter
into our recommendations at
all. At this Drug .Store your
safety and welfare are the first
consideration. Our profit is the
Dodson-Edwards Drug Co.
Agents for Norris' Candies.
YOUR FALL AND WINTER
Cleaning and Dyeing
SHOULD BE DONE NOW.
We are better equipped to render
you prompt and efficient
service than ever (
Footer's Dye Works
um her land, Md.
Always Safest and Best
TO CLE4N OUT PEN
Unless Legislature Abolishes Hosiery
Mill, Governor Declares he will
Kqual Arkansas Governor's Record
of Releases?Beelares lie will
veto ??> Compulsory Education Law.
Columbia, Dec 18.?Gov. Bleaso
has sent Gov. Donaghey of Arkensas,
wlio Monday itbor.ifjd 300 convicts in
that State, ;i telegram of congratu
lation. "He has put me out of busi
ness," said Gov. Please, who was to
day making up the list of Christmas
pardons and paroles. "If the, next
legislature does not abolish the ho
siery mill tit the penitentiary South
("an.lina can look out for a similar
experience to that of Arkansas," con
tinued the governor, referring to the
liberation of the 3G0 convicts in Ar
kansas. He says, in substance, that
unless the elglslature abolishes the
hosiery mill at the penitentiary which
he has fought so long and bitterly,
dubbing It" a tuberculosis incubator"
he will following the Arkansas gov
ernor's example and liberate the con
"You can say for me that I will as
suredly veto any compulsory educa
tion law that the legislature might
pass," said the governor in comment
ing on the proposed compulsory
education bill. which Senator Hall
will Introduce at the coming general
assembly. The governor referred to
the fact that opposing a compulsory
education law was one of the planks
In the platform on which he won his
race for re-election and he said that
he proposed carrying out that plank.
AM) HAIR LOSS
Tills Groat Hair Tonic, Grower and
llcautiticr now Sold all over Ameri
The Glroux Manufacturing Com
pany of Duffalo, N. Y.. American mak
ers of Parisian Sage, have authorized
the Laurena Drug Co, to refund the
price to any purchaser if Parisian
Sage does not banish dandruff, stop
falling and splitting hair and scalp
But Parisian Sage will do more. It
will promote a new growth of hair if
the hair root is not already dead, and
will preserve the natural color of the
hair. . ,
It puts the radiance of sunshine in
to the hair and makes it beautiful and
good to look .upon. Women who use it
once throw aside all others?"?0 cents
at all dealers.
? TYLERSVILLE DOTS. ?
Tylersvllle, Dec. 21.?Everybody is
looking forward to a jolly time Christ
Mr. and Mrs T. P. Poole and daugh
ter. Grace, spent Tuesday in Laurens.
Mrs. S. P. Blakeley left Thursday for
her home in Spartanhurg, after a vis
it to friends and relatives.
Miss Pauline Byrd, the very ac
complished teacher of Langston BChool
left Friday for her home in Edgefleld,
to spend the Christmas holidays.
Miss Rannte Poole of Lander Col
lege arrived homo Friday to spend
the holidays with home filks.
Miss Lula Donnan came home Satur
day to spend the holidays.
Miss Lila Clark left Friday for
Meggett, S. C, to spend Christmas
with her sister, Miss Nonnle Clark.
Quite, a number from the neigh
borhood were In Laurens Friday.
Mr. Fur man Poole spent Monday in
MountvlUe on business.
Miss Lillie Peterson is expected to
arrive in the neighborhood tonight to
spend the holidays.
Mrs. .T. \V. Peterson spent last week
with her daughter, Mrs. P. K. Aber
crombie near Woodroff.
Mrs. Joe Prior of Laurens, is spend
ing a while with relatives here.
( aid of Thanhs.
We take this method of thanking
our many friends for their liberal
contributions which enabled us to re
build and refurnish our home, which
was destroyed by fire last summer.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. H. Holcombe,
Mrs. Hanle Riddle.
R. F. D. 3, Gray Court, S. C.
Dec. 20, 1912.
NOTHING LIKE ZEMO
FOR PIMPLES NEVER.
Surprise Yourself by Buying n 2.">c
Did you ever see such a difference?
ZDMO Is certainly a marvel. This is
what you will say after your- first
trial of the new remedy. ZEMO.
ZIOMO is a clear liquid; you just
rub It on the skin; it sinks right in.
AH Itching stops; it is guaranteed to
do it, and does it. After a few appli
cations, every pimple, every blotch,
all eczema sores, / eczema pains,
blackheads, prickly bent and rash sim
ply vanish. Prove It conclusively at
a cost of only a few cents.
Yon never saw anything In your life
act like ZDMO on Inflamed or redden
ed skin, sores, cutB, bruises, or dan
ZEMO Is sold at drug stores in 2f.
cent nnd $1 bottles, or sent direct, on
receipt of price by lv W. Rose Medi
cine Co.. P.t. Ixmis. Mo. The $1 bottle
contains six times as much as the
LT. cent bottle.
Sold and guaranteed in Laurent, by
the Laurens Drug Co,
WILSON TO KEEP
HIS OWN COUINSEl
Won't Announce <'ul?tnet t'ulil He Is
Ready* All will Conic at (Mice.
Trenton, N. J? Dec. 20.?Whether
William J. Bryan or any of the Other
prominent men mentioned for places
in the cabinet of President Wilson
will be appointed to portfolios prob
ably will not be diflnitely known un
til a few d: before the Inaugura
tion. Qov. Wilson said tonifiht that
very likely he would not make a
single announcement of importance
until about March 1.
Within the next 2 1 hours he will
talk with Mr. Bryan and before New
Year's day be expects to see Speaker
Clark, Representative Underwood,
Senators O'Gorman and lloke Smith,
and other prominent democratic lead
ers, but he indicated that he meant
to keep strict silence about appoint
ments until ready-to make a general
statement on the subject.
"Scattering announcements will be
foolish," he said, "even if 1 had them
to make. I'll wait until pretty late.
The time will depend somewhat on
the number of written communication
received. All these letters recom
mending individuals for ofllce are be
ing grouped and will be taken up sep
Must Know Them All.
Mr. Wilson indicated be would not
feel at liberty to make decision un
til the merits of all possible candi
dates had been set forth to him.
"What I am sincerely trying to do,"
he added, "Is to see the field of choice
and try to got as many opinions as
possible that are worth while."
"The president-elect likewise made
It clear that though gossip may be
heard far and wide, he has determined
on a policy of silence and nothing
will be definite except an announce
ment over his own signature.
The governor had a call from l^lla
Wells, treasurer of the national Dem
ocratic committee and former mayor
of St. Louis, who brought a hound
volume showing campaign contribu
tions and expenditures, a facsimile of
which recently was tiled with the
clerk of the house of representatives.
The governor pointed with evident
pride to the neat tabulations of the
expenditures and contributions with
the thousands of names and items.
Pleased With Report.
"I'm glad to say that it is a better
report than the other two fellows fil
ed. It's the best of its kind I've ever
seen and it is an interesting document
because it's the first report under the
law requiring the publicity of cam
Mr. Wells said as he left the gov
ernor's cilice that he had called
merely to have the satisfaction of
presenting the report in person to the
president-elect. He was asked if he
would continue in national politics.
"I merely did a specific duty to
which I was called," he said, "and do
not. expect to take an active part any
The governor seemed to lie pleased
with the wide territorial support that
the financial side of the campaign re
ceived. He ran his fingers over the
list of places, calling attention to the
fact that contributions were received
from Canada. China, Mexico, Ireland,
Egypt, Ecuador, Hawaii, Panama,
Cuba, Honduras, the Philippines and
Puerto Rico. These foreign contribu
tions totalled more than $2,f>00.
Could Shout for Joy.
"I want to thank you from the hot
torn of my heart," wrote C. Rader,
of I^ewlsburg, W. Va.. "for the won
derful double benefit I got from Elec
tric Bitters, In curing mo of both a
severe caso of stomach trouble and
of rheumatism, from which I had been
an almost helpless sufferer for ten
years. It suited my ease as though
made Just for me." For dyspepsia,
Indigestion, jaundice, and to rid the
system of kidney poisons that cause
rheumatism, Electric Bitters have no
equal Try them. Every bottle Is
guaranteed to satisfy. Only SO cents
at Lrfuirens Drug Co. and Palmetto
POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
gives instant relief and an absolute cure
in all cases of Asthma Bronchitis, and
Hay FeVer. Sold by druggists ; mail on
receipt of price $i.oo.
Trtnl Package by mnti 10 cents.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop*.. CUvaUad, CUo
LADRKNS DRUG CO.
Lanrsns, S. C?
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Building:
Laurens, S. C.
The highest prices for all kinds of
furs will be paid by S. Pollnkoff, Lao
rens, S. C.
All prices will be governed accord
ing to fur mnrkct.
S. POLIAKOFF, AGENT.
Nert to Post Office iAurcns, S. C.
Doctors Use This for Eczema
Dr. Evans, Kx-Commissloncr of Health,
Bays: "There Is almost no relation he
tween skin diseases nnd the blood.The
skin must be cured through the skin,
Tho Kerms must bo washed out, and BO
salves have lon? aw been found worth
less. Tho most advanced physicians of
this country are now agreed on this, and
are prescribing a wash of wlntergrcen,
thymol and other Ingredients for eczema
and all other skin diseases. This com
pound is known ns D.D.D. Prescription
Dr. Holmes, the well known skin spe
cialist writes: "I nm convinced that tho
D.D.D. Prescription is as much a specific
for eczema as uuinlne for malaria. l
have been prescribing the D.D.D. remedy
for years." It will take away the itch
tho instant you apply it.
In fact, WO are so sure of what D.D.P.
will do for you that we will be glad
to let you have n $1 bottle on our guar
auteo that it. w;n eost y>u nothing un
, less you lind that it does Hie work.
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
The ailments of women include symptoms of heart trouble known as palpitation
of the heart. The palpitation Is so violent at times as to be really painful and
leads the patient to fear she has heart disease. Ninety per cent of such cases are
not heart disease at all but only a symptom ot a liver disorder which has affected
the normal action of the heart, and on applying the proper remedies the unusual
throbbing ceases. The stomach and digestion need strengthening and the
depressing effect of these disorders on the female organism must be corrected.
For the latter purpose there is no more effective remedy to be found anywhero than
Squaw Vine Wine
It conveys a strengthening influence to the delicate female organism, re-establishes
regular and healthy periods, overcomes the painful symptoms, builds up the
nerves and puts the generative system in flue healthy condition. For the liver
and bowel disorders one or two doses of Simmons Liver Medicine is all that is
needed. It clears the stomach and bowels of impurities, helps digestion and the
proper nourishment of the body the result of which Is sound, healthy
conditions all through the system.
Dr. Simmons Squaw Vine Wine Im Sold by all Dealers?Price $1.00
C. r. SIMMONS MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS, MO.
Laurens Drug Company
Laurens, South Carolina
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We fire always glad to give anyone ADVJCJS
about the security of business ventures or IjV
Y11STA1liA"/\S, whether he Is one of our deposi
tors or NOT*
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per cent Interest
LAURENS, S. C.
Stop That Shivering |
Discard the light-weight Underclothing for J
something heavier. >
Ladies' bleached ribbed Underwear 50cts the #
Suit in separate pieces. A special number in c
a higher grade at $1.00 the suit. See this quality. C
Ladies' Suits in all-wool scarlet or white at $2.00. \
Men's and Children's Wool Vests 50c each. S
Children's White Union Suits, sizes from 5 to V
11 years at 25c the suit while they last. V
Men's extra quality heavy fleece in white at S
Men's Scarlet all-wool Suits at $2.00 a suit. V
Ladies' and Guldens' Blazers and Sweaters. J
The Alpine Hat and Aviation Togue. >
Ladies' and Childrens' wool Hose. \
Ladies' heavy fleece black cotton Hose. f
A complete line of Hosiery in all weights and >
Ladies' Golf Gloves and all sizes for children's V
school wear at >
W. G. WILSON & co.!