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Our Personal Guarantee
v to all Skin Sufferers"
Laurens Drug Co.
Wo havo been In business Jn thl8 town I
for some time, and we are looking to
Build up trade by always advising our
So when wc tell you that wo havo
Found the eczema remedy and tnat w?
9tand buck of it with the manufacturer's
Iron clad guarantee, backed by ourselves
you can depend upon U that we ?Ivo our
?dvice not in order to sell a few bottles
3f medicine to skin sufferers, but be
laufte we know how it will help our
?uslnoss if we help our patrons.
We keep in stock and sell, all the well
known skin remedies. But we will say
this: If you are suffering from any
kind of skin trouble, eczema, psoriasis,
rash or tetter, we want you to try n full
pize bottle of E>. U. D. Prescription.
?\nii, if it does not do the work, this
bottle will cost you nothing. You clone
Again and again we have seen how a
few drops of this clmple wash applioti
to the skin, tukes awuy tho Itch, in
"ttintly. And the cures all seem to bo
D. IX D. Prescription mair by tho
D. D. D. Laboratories of i?nlcago. is
composed of thymol' glyperlne. oil of
wintergrcen nnd other hr?filng, soothing,
cooling ingredients./ Mid if you aro
Just crazy with llcJf, you will feel
soothed and cooled, -the itch absolutely
washed nway tho moment you applied
this D. D. D.
We havo made fast friends of more
than one family by recommending this
remedy to a skin sufferer horo and
there and we want you to try It now
un nur uositlvo no-pay guarantee.
Many men are
pleasure out of
the Li gzett&Myers
Duke's Mixture sack.
One 5c package holds
many pipcfuls of pure, mild
smokiug?or, if you please.
It will make many cigarettes of
the good old-fashioned kind that you
Duke's Mixture, made by the
Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. at Dur
ham, N. C, is the favorite with ciga
rette smokers. It's the tobacco that
makes "rolling" popular with men
who want the true taste of pure,
mild, selected tobacco.
We're making this brand the leader of
its kind. Pay what you will, you cannot
get better granulated tobacco than Duke's
Mixt U re.
You still get tho same big one and a
half ounce sack?enough to make many
cigarettes?for 6c. And with each sack
you get a book of cigarette papers and a
present coupon, FltEji.
Save the Present Coupons
With the coupons you can get many
handsome, desirable presents ? articles
puitablo for men, women, boys and girls.
Something for every member of the
Special offer for February and
Our new illustrated catalogue of pres
ents will be sent Free to anyone who
sends us their name and address.
Coupons from Duke's Mixture may f>? assorted
with tan, from horse shoe. j. t.. t/nsley's
S?7.S5tAL ^ap' .granger
twist, coupons t/om four
roses (10c t,n Jbublt coupon),
pick plug cutv PIEDMONT
ET TES, and other tans or coupons
issued by us. /
St. Louu, Mo. -Lb
a great improvement would be made in the condition of horses and
other animals if just the proper remedy were used when th , became
ill or injured. If your horse could talk he would ask you not to use
any external remedy containing alcohol because it slings and tortures
his flesh terribly. Some liniments have alcohol and other fiery
ingredients which only inflame the skin and tissue without striking
down to where the pain lies. Beware of such liniments. The great
humane, quick-action remedy is MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT.
Made of oils, without a drop of alcohol or other torturing element, it
soaks straight to the bone and muscle. It soothes the wounded parts
and is comforting while the healing work is progressing. Mexican
Mustang Liniment is what you want because it
your work lighter, saves your livestock from suffering and keeps them
in good trim for work. For all forms of Lameness, Strains, Bruises t
Cuts, Burns, Galls and Harness Sore9 in animals, it is safe and
prompt and does not promise what it cannot perform. Mustang
Liniment has been doing its wonderful healing work for 65 years.
The amount of money it has saved livestock owners is incalculable.
One man writes that he was about to kill his valuable horse because
badly injured but Mustang Liniment made him well again. A Vet
erinary tells u3 he has used Mustang Liniment fifteen years and
found it best liniment for cuts, strains, etc. And many others are
enthusiastic friends of this tried and true remedy. Now you know
just what makes
Horses so Happy.
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WHERE TEACHERS WILL
Homos Assigned to Teachers of the
County who will he In Lnurens for
The list below shows the homes of
those who will entertain teachers Fri
day night, February 28th, at the time
of the monthly meeting of the county
teachers association, giving also the
Homes for the Teachers.
Mr. C. A. Powers?Miss Annie Put
man, Miss Mao Roper.
Mrs. T. N. Barksdale?Miss Wyno
na Riley, Miss Lou Ferguson.
Miss Amelia Urummond?Miss Lu
tlo Young, Miss Genie Alken, Miss
Llllio Parson, Miss Jennie Stewart.
Mrs. C. M. Clark?Miss Fannie
Creighton, Miss Nannie Creighton,
Miss Lila Hart.
Mr. Will Brown?Miss Besslo
Brown, Miss Lucllo Cox.
Mrs. O. B. Simmons?Miss Bessie
Byrd. Miss Regina Williams.
Mr. J. W. Thompson?Miss Luclle
Turner. Miss Rosalee Wheeler.
Mr. Goo. McCravy?Miss Etolia Lan
Mr. J. F. Tolhert?Miss Madge liar,
ris, Miss Erin Addison.
Mrs. M. J. Nabors?Miss Mattle
Mr. J. S. Bennett?MIbs Annie Mar
tin, Miss Annie Arnold.
Mr. .1. W. Dunklin?Miss Marion
Mrs. William Do h?Miss Willie
Dorroh, Miss Lucy >den.
Mr. E. W. Copeland?Miss Ella Boll
Copeland, Miss Maggie Thompson.
Mr. J. T. Crews?Miss Corrle Lee
Harvard. Miss Amy Shockley.
Mrs. S. D. Childless?Miss Mattie
McFadden, Miss Annie Chlldress,
Mr. John Armstrong?MVs. Brooks
Nash, Miss Cora Armstrong.
Mr. R. A. Cooper?Mrs. Minnie
Bfltt, Miss Kiltie Arnold.
Mr. J. (1. Sullivan? Miss Ethel
Sharp. Miss Lillie Culbertson.
Mr. R. M. Eichelberger?Miss Lucia
Miles, Miss Amanda Glenn.
Mr. D. C. Barksdale ?Ml 3s Luclle
Wolff, Miss Minnie Wallace, Miss
Mr. S. G. McDaniel?Miss Carolyn
Smith, Miss Ethel McDaniel.
Mr. C. B. Bobo?Mr.W. P. Culbert
son. Dr. J. O. Martin.
Mr. M. L. Roper?Miss Myrtle Cul
bertson, Miss Frankle Culbertson.
? Mr. Frank McGowan?Miss Mary
Martin. Miss Wrenn Hafner, Miss
Mr. .left* Chancy.Mis Wynona
Mr. W. P. Chlldress?Miss Mary
DUlard, Miss Irene Dillard.
Mr. Fleming Smith?Miss Lucia
Hill, Miss Blossom Shuman.
Mr. Ii. B. Humbert -Miss Marie
Stokes. Miss Nellie Miller.
Mrs. A. J. Christopher?Miss Alma
Garrott, Miss Lizzie Griffin.
Mr. John Chlldress!?Miss Annie
Kate Chlldress, Mrs. Annie Oxnor.
Mr. J. L. L?ngsten?Miss Inez Dob
bins, Miss Jessie Ray.
Mrs. J. M. Phllpot? Miss Ix)is Er
vin, Miss Nannie Simpson.
Dr. H. K. Alken?Miss Tallulah
Neville. Miss Mary Cartwright.
Mr. C. l). Moseloy?Mr. J. C. Bur
dott, Mr. .1. W. Huff.
Mr. D. A. Davis?Miss Mabel Sum.
erol, Miss Edith McCutchen.
Dr! G. C. Albright?Miss Laurie Aull,
Miss Dessie Stewart.
Mr. J. D. Owings?Mr. W. E. Wash
ington. Mr. L. E. Reeder.
Mr. C, 11. Roper?Miss Bertha Ja
cobs, Miss Hat tie Earle.
Mr. N. B. Dial?Mr. E. II. Hall. Mr.
E. A. Fuller.
Mr T. Mac Roper -Mr. J. P. Coats,
Mr. F. S. Smith. j
Mr. Edd Martin?Mr. J. C. Mar
tin, Mr. Smith Martin.
Mrs. Mattle Owings?Miss Lldle
Sloan, Miss Marie Bowie.
Mr. J. N. Hudfcens?Miss Nannie
Harris, Miss Mamie Attaway,
Mr. C. R. Bishop?MlFsAline Willis.
Mr. C. M. Babb?Miss Pauline Byrd,
Miss Margaret Cunningham.
Mr. W. L. Gray -Mr. W. K. T?te,
Mis? Blanche Pinson, Miss Kate
Mr. Willie Anderson?Mr. F. B.
Woodruff. Mr. L. D. BUegO.
Mr. J. H. Sullivan?Miss Nina Hen
ry. Miss Lillte Sims.
Dr. B. F. Posoy?Miss Louise Rich
ardson. Miss Sarah Wilkes.
Mrs. n. k. Copeland?Miss Essie
Young. Miss Vera Bailey. Mrs. IL S.
Mr. R. k. Babb?MlSS Ida Turner.
Miss Carrie Laimston.
Mr. w. H Gilkorson Mis. Wilma
Katney, Miss Fannie Thames. Mr. b.
Mr. J. M. Cannon -Mrs Jesslo
Sparks. Mrs. Anna Bobo.
Mrs. L. G. Balle-Miss Annie O.
i'utman, Miss Mary Coehrane.
Mr. Erskin Babb-Mr. T. 11. Babb.
Mr. Thos. Downey?Miss Sudlo
Medloek, Miss Emma Chandler.
Mr. T. H. McGee?Miss Goidle Nel
Mrs. Messer Babb?Miss Mary Bell
Babb, Miss Sarah Babb.
. Mrs. Jno. M. Hudgens?Mies Mary
Mrs. Jennie Simpson?Mies Eliza
Mrs. A. K. Simpson?Miss Mary
Simpson. Miss Lucia Simpson.
Mrs. Thos. Ray?'Miss Irene Ray.
Mrs. Guy Garrett?Mrs. Guy Gar.
Mr. C. D. Rarksdale? Miss I^vura
Rev. Mr. Barre?Miss May Delle
Mrs. M. E. Roland?Miss Ella Rol
Mr. D. E. Barnett?Mies Bessie
j Mrs. W. P. Calne?Miss Annie Da
vis, Mr. W. A. Barton.
Mrs. M. L. Todd?Miss Dorcas Calmcs.
Mr. Will Meng?Miss Emily Meng.
Mrs. J. O. C. Fleming?Miss Annette
Mr. C. R. Roberts?Mr. J. M.
Mr. Boss D. Young?Mrs. J. J. Hun
ter, Miss Grace Burnette.
There Is no better medicine made
for colds than Chamborlain's Cough
Remedy. It acts on nature's plan, re
lieves the lungs, opens the secretions,
aids expectoration; and restores the
system to a healthy condition. For
sale by all doalers.
TRACK EVENTS IN THE
COUNTY SCHOOL FAIR
(Continued from Page Three.)
In the receptacle. There must be a
soperato row for each contestant.
At the word "go!" each contestant
takes up his potato, runs to the re
ceptacle, drops it in, and runs back
for another, continuing this until all
the potatoes are in the receptacle,
contestant crossing the finish line
first wins. If a contestant should
drop a potato he must place it in the
receptacle before he touches another
potato; otherwise he is disqualified.
A straight line is made upon the
ground behind which the contestants
will start. At a given signal, each
contestant takes off both slices, and.
taking them in his hands, rons 2.">
yards (or some other distance decided
by athletic committee), puts on his
shoes and returns, the one crossing
the scratch line first wins. II' the
shoes are not perfectly laced and
tied, the runner Is disqualified.
Three Legged Race (GO Yards)
In this race the boys run in pairs.
Two boys, representing the same
school, should be placed side by side,
and the right leg of one should he
Strapped or tied to the left leg of the
Other, two straps are used; one
[around the thigh and another around
the ankle. This race requires much
practice to get the best results.
Bach school competing in this race
must be represented by a te;iin of
four runners, the four members of
the team placed alone, the track at
proper position. First runner covers
one-fourth of the distance, and touches
the third runner who runs the third
1 fourth of the distance and touches the
I forth runner who completes the dis
tance, The school wins the relay
race whose fourth runner is first to
cross the relay line. There should
be a starting line, for each of the
four classes of competitors. A line
should be drawn 20 feet in front of
each starting line, between these two
lines each runner must touch the suc
ceeding runner of his team. Failure
to do this disqualifies the team in that
event. The judges of the relay race
should see that all touches are prop
There are four things which must
be done simultaneously In the very
Start of the vault. As the point of
the pole is stuck in the ground the
take-off Is made from the foot, the
bottom hand slips upward to a posi
tion near the upper, both arms are
then elevated over the head, and
the pull up is started. As the "take
off foot" leaves the ground, the other
is swung up and across the body, the
arms are fleVOd, and the body brought
into a position with the feet pointing
upward over the stick. As the feet
start downward the body Is facing
the stick and a strong upward im
pulse Is given the arms and upper
part of the body, which raises the
shoulders and arms out of dangor of
knock ing off the stick. The vaulter
alights facing the stick and often on j
'nil fours. Great momentum Is nee-!
'cessary, therefore groat speed must
bo attained in the approach. It is not
;so much a Jump as it is a "swing Up"
which causes the vaul:er to attain
! the desired heights, Learn the form
and approach, then try it on low
heights, gradually work upward, Do
'not try to work too hard or too long
at. It, as one may easily overdo. Work
at fast short running for speed. It Is
well to carry the pole in these runs,
as the runner should learn to run
with it In his hands. In running or
in making your approach to the stick,
carry the point high up, and whip or
snap It down at the proper moment.
The now remedy for Indigestion call* i word for it -ivy it yourself on an nbso
od "Digestif has been found u certain I luto guarantee, get a package and if
quick relief und permanent remedy I you don't got relief you can get your
for stomach disorders. Letters from money back for the asking, Brown's
thousunds who had Buffered the tor-1Digestif is a little tablet easy to swal?
tures of indigestion and got relief low and absolutely harmless, It digests
from tho use of Digestif nre ovldonco all tho food, prevents fermentation,
of Its merit. The enormous increase stops gas, formation, prevents stomach
in demand from every part of ?bo <lislrer.s ut ter eating, aids asalmllntlon,
country is proof of Its popularity. Duittihd relieves Indigestion Instnutly.
you do not have to take anybody"^ Laurona Drug Co.. LaureTlB, S. C,
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There is nothing better under
the sun than our specially pre
Almond Benzoin Lotion
an excellent remedy for hands and
face that has proved it's value to
every user. We also pride our
selves upon the completeness and
good quality of our toilet article
department: Face Powder, Toilet
Water, Cologne, etc.
Prescriptions a Specially