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Doctors Use This for Eczema
T?r Kvntw. Ex-Commtssloner of Health,
?aye: "There Is almost no relation bo
tween skin diseases and the blood." The
?kin must be cured through the akin.
The germs must be washed oui, and so
salves have long ago been found worth
less. The most advanced physicians of
thin country are now agreed on thla, and
are prescribing a wash of wintergreon.
thymol and other ingredients for eczema
and all other skin diseases. This com
pound is known aa D.D.D. Prescription
Dr. Holmes, the well known skin spe
cialist writes: "I am convinced that the
D.D.D. Prescription is as much a specific
for eczema as quinine for malaria. 1
have be'.n prescribing the D.D.D. remedy
for years." It will take away the itch
the instant you apply it.
In fact, we are so sure of what D.D.D.
will do for you that we will be glad
to let you have a $1 bottle on our guar
antee that It will cost you nothing un
less you find that it does the work.
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
Just purchased at Public Auction, sold by Railroad
Company for Freight and Trackage, one solid car
load of Eleven Tons (22,000 lbs.) Rice Meal. This
Rice Meal is sound and O. K., and is worth, in fact
sold last Fall for $1.75 per hundred pounds. Our
Special Price to Move Quick is $1.25 per hundred
J. H. SULLIVAN
LAURENS, S. C.
" I suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness,"
writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C. "At last, I was
almost bed-ridden, and had to give up. We had three
doctors. All the time, I was getting worse. I had bad
spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I
gave Cardui a trial, I could cat, sleep, and joke, as well as
anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an invalid
for 5 weary years 1 Cardui relieved me, when everything
^ TAKE * The
If you are weak and ailing, think what It would mean,
to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more
than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women,
has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers.
They found it of real value in relieving their aches and
pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved
and helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for
use, at once, by you. Try it, today.
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lor Sptctal Inttruc'.ton*. and W-page book. Home Treatment ioi Women," ?ent tree. J 57
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. ? I 11 n 11
Watts. Mill, Jan. 20.?For the past
few <!ays the weather has been warm
and spring-like. Indeed beautiful
weather for January.
Good congregations were out at Lu
cas Avenue Baptist church Sunday at
both morning and evening services and
heard Rev. Mr. Trogdon deliver two
The U. M. B. P. Sunday school with
Mr. Jess Prior as president and Rev.
J. A. Marler, as teacher, is doing a
good work here. It Is trusted that
many more will come and Join the
class and in so doing they may rest
assured that Bro. Mar'er will have a
helping message for them every Sun
Rev. J. M. Trogdon and family
spent Sunday with Mr. J. M. Moore and
Mr. M. R. Cheek of Newberry was
at Watts Mills Sunday on business.
Mr. M. C. Tidwell also of Newberry
was visiting friends In Laurens and
at Watts Mills Friday and Saturday.
Mr. Luther Patton. formerly of
Greenville, is again with Watts Mills.
It will soon he time for farmers to
be preparing for planting and fixing
up gardens etc. Your correspondent
takes great dolight in seeing farmers
make progress, for although he Is
now engaged in mill work, his heart Is
often hack on the dear old farm and
the qulel country home, where many
sweet hours were spent In childhood.
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? WATERLOO LETTER. *
Waterloo. Jan. 19.?Messrs. Theo
dore J. Garrett, L J). Henderson,
Joseph m. Pea reo and Dr. J. L, Ken
nen composed an automobile party
to Greenville yesterday, Mr. Pearce
going up to Furman to sie hi-* son,
Mr. Fred Poarci und Dr. Fennell :^n
Ing upon professional business.
Mrs. Virginia Nelson is c-.joying a
few days' visit to her son. Mr. Con
nor Nelson at Clill'on.
Mr. Thomas F. .'ones of Woodruff
was a prominent business visitor In
town Friday. |
Col. .lohn H. Wharton has returned
from a business visit to Columbia.
Mrs. James Whitten has returned
to Columbia aftor a pleasant visit to
her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Pearce.
Cadet Langdoil Long returned to
his studies at the Citadel Sunday.
His friends are glad to know that ho
has sufficiently recovered from his
recent attack of fever as to be able
to resume his BChool duties.
Mr. William B. Moore oT Green
wood Is in town looking after busi
ness interests this week.
Miss Ida Fuller has returned to
Augusta after a week's visit to the
family of her father. Mr. Calvin 11.
Mrs. William Y. McNeil is with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smith
at Coronaca for a few days' visit.
Mrs. W. P. CulbortSOn is again at
home from a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. Sam Rasor at Mountville.
Mr. Kniest M. Henderson has re
turned to Florence after a visit to
his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Hender
Miss Winnie Lowe, after an enjoy
able visit to homo people, has re
turned to Augusta where she will re
main until after the scholastic
Mrs. m. J. Pearce is at home from
Cross Hill where she visited her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hendrix.
Mrs. Sidney O. Smith, of Coronaca
was the guest for several days last
week of Waterloo relatives.
Mrs. A. C. Ivong has returned to
Laurens after a pleasant visit to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Culbcrt
Farm and Garden.
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PRIZE FOR FLYING DEVICE
French Authorities are Moved by Fre
quency of Fatal Accident* to
Paris.?Gravely concerned at the
frequency of fatal accidents to army
aviators, the French mlnstry of war
has extended its patronago to a com
petition organized by the Union of
Safety of Aviators, by offering a prize
of $80,000 to the mventor of an appara
tUB which ehall afford satisfactory
guarantees from th point of view of
safety in flying. |
An announcement to this offect was
made in the chamber of deputies by
Colonel Hirzschauer, head of the army
air corps. The vital question of the
safety of aviators, said the colonel,
was one of the principal preoccupa
tions of the administration. As com
pared with the first six months of
1911, tho MrBt half of this year show
ed about the Bamo number of acci
dents, but the number of army avia
tors had doubled, as had the total dis
tance of their flights?404,300 mllos In
Great progren had also boon made
In tho strength of machines. Con
struction and purchases were most
strictly supervised, dynamic and Hy
ing tests were being carried out, and
the opening of a great open-air labora
tory at Pau, where high-speed ma
chines could be tested over a meas
ured mile course, was under consider
ation. Strict Inquiries wen- held into
every incident and the causes ascer
tained wherever possible.
With regard to the recruiting ~~ of
the "Hying corps," tho colonel said tho
eighteen hundredth application had
Just been received.
PRESERVES BREAD 42 YEARS
Missouri Woman Has Collection of
Real Antiquities?Pa6try Hard
as a Rock.
Fulton, Mo.?Mrs. William Hacker,
on Jefferson street, has a collection
of keepsakes and heirlooms unusually
unique and probably in a class to
themselves, as such collections go. In
cluded in the lot la a piece of dark
rye bread 12 years old, a handkerchief
f.St years old, a small white shawl 08
years old, a waist 62 years old and a
German army ?lischarge paper 94
The piece of rye bread was given
to Mrs. Hacker by her sister, Miss
Elizabeth Velto of Germany, as the
former embarked for America. The
bread gradually dried up until It la
about one-eighth of Us normal size
and is almost as hard as rock.
The handkerchief was given to Mrs.
Hacker by her mother when she was
14 years old and Is almost in tatters.
Tho shawl also was given to hor by
her mother and Is in an exceptionally
good state of preservation.
The discharge paper was given to
[ John Volte, father of Mrs. I lacker,
and shows his honorable release from
I the Second roglment of Gorman In
fantry after faithful service for four
years. The document Is dated Oct.
27. 1818, and was signed by Kins
William of Germany.
WILL OUST DOVE OF PEACE
Grove and Temple, Meeting Place for
Forty-four Yeare, Soon Will Be a
Thing of the Past.
Mystic, Conn.?Tho passing of this
town as tho headquarters aof the Uni
versal Peace Union was heralded
when Charles P. Hastings of Phila
delphia, treasurer of the organization,
came her? to make ararngements for
tho salo of "Peace Grove" and "Pei 5fl
Temple." The peace union has met
here for the last forty four years.
Since Andrew Carnegie helped to
found the American Peace society and
the subsequent growth of that or
ganization. Interest In the peace union
has gradually died out until, In ro
cent years, tho attendanco has be n
The organization still exists, how
ever, and the annual convention will
be held this September at Hucks Hill
! Falls, N. Y.
ELOPE ON MOTORCYCLE; WED
Midnight Marriage Follows Trip Tak
en From Great Falls to Fort
Great Falls. Mont.?An elopement
on a motorcycle, ending In a mid
night marriage at Fort Benton, was
the denouement of a romance. F.d
ward H. Schmidt, cashier for a local
contracting firm, and Miss I.oris M.
Gervais, member of a prominent fam
ily here, were the principals.
With the bride riding on a seat In
tho rear of the motorcycle. Schmidt
journeyed to Fort Ren ton, hunted up
the clerk of court, got a marriage li
cense, and the couple were married
at a hotel there by the Rev. J. N.
Chestnut of the Episcopal church.
Hater they returned on the motorcy
cle, told their friends and immediate
ly settled In a new home quietly pre
pared In advance.
Man Pulls Women's Hair.
New York.?A man with a mania
for pulling women's hair has been ter>
rlfylng Fifth avenue. Arthur Cook, ,
an architect, has been arrested aH a
Frog, Burisd Twenty Years, Lives.
Springfield, Mo.?Workmen oxca* '
vating for a new building discovered
a live bullfrog at the depth of eight
n et The frog was found at a spot
where a well stood twenty years ago.'
Teaches take more Potash
from the soil than any other fruit crop.
It has been conclusively proven that flavor and
shipping quality arc not secured unless there is an
adequate supply <>1
The host growers use from loo to aoo pounds of Muriate of Potash
annually on their orchards in addition to the phosphate. The applica
tion of mineral fertilisers should begin when the trws are planted, so as
to insure strong wood and early bearing, continuous fruiting and
longer bearing period.
Most peach orchards starve to death at a time when they should
Ik- giving their very In-st returns. Peed them a bal
anced ration and reap the profits.
Write ttt for Potash prices ami free
books with formulas and directions.
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Convenient to handle. Deliver in
small quantities in city.
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Agent Gulf Refining