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WHAT I KNOW ABOUT
I know from actual experience that
VULCORINE stops leaks up to the size of
a thirty-penny spike. Keeps tubes soft
and pliable adding 25 to 50 per cent more
life to them. Does not interfere with vul
canizing nor does it affect Tire Makers'
I know that VULCORINE will prevent
tire troubles and delays on the road. The
price is now $7.50 to $10.00 per car;
Avoid cheap imitations. Let me prove
to you what I know.
J. C. SHEPARD
Box No. 206 Laurens, S. C.
\ Safeguard and Preserve!
Your Furs, Blankets, Comforts, Heavy
Hangings, Portiers, Carpets, Rugs, Winter
Wraps and Clothing by having them thor
oughly cleansed by our Special Processes
before storing for Summer.
Footer's Dye Works
Cumberland, nM a.
"Cardui Cured Me"
For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jinks
of Treadway, Tenn., suffered with womanly troubles. She
says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I
could not sleep. I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The
doctors gave me up. I read that Cardui had helped so
many, and I began to take it, and it cur d me. Cardui
saved my lifel Now, I can do anytliing.
f% take i>he
If you are weak, tired, worn-out, or suffer from any ot
the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache,
backache, dragging-down feelings, pains in arm, side, hip
or limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you
should try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Prepared from per
fectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best
remedy for you to use, as It can do you nothing but good.
It contains n? dangerous drugs. It has no bad after-effects.
Ask your druggist He sells and recommends Cardui.
Writ* tor UmUm' AdrUory Dtpi, Oartiaoof* Mtdlclno Co., OuttMotgt. T?oa,
fcr Ini tmcthru. and M-pu* book. "Herat Trtttatnt for Womta," Mat kft*. J 64
LOW ROUND TRIP RATES
Various Places Offered By
Seaboard Air Line Railway
(RATES OPEN FOR EVERYBODY)
To KNOXVILLE, Tenn,, and return, account Summer School of the]
South, June 24th. to Aug. 1st, 1913.
To NASHVILLE, Tenn., and return, account World Wide Bnraca]
Philathea Union, June 21st. to 25th., 1913.
To CINCINNATI, Ohio, and return, account Supreme Lodge of the
World, Loyal Order of Moose, July 28th. to Aug. 1st.
FOR RATES, SCHEDULES OR OTHER INFORMATION CALL
SEAROARD AGENTS OR WRIT ES THE UNDERSIGNED.
W. B. Grcaham, T. P. A., Atlanta, fla.; D. W. Morrah, T. P. A., Atlan
ta Ga.: Fred Geissler, A. G. 1?. A., Atlanta, Ga.
Lanford, June 16.?Rev. W. P. Smith
filled his regular appointment at the
Baptist church Saturday, Sunday and
Mrs. O. P. Fowler is very sick at
Mrs. Lucy Covley and son Walter
have returned to their home in Lees
vilie, s. c, after a pleasant visit with
relatives and friends here.
Miss Bessie Boit is visiting at T. R.
Wolff's this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson will
leave Tuesday for Columbia where
they will make their home for a while.
Mrs. C. L. Waldrep and Mrs. Coveley
spent Saturday In Gray Court with
J. E. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Lanford spent
Sunday with Mrs. Mattie Lanford and
Miss Louise Wolff visited realtlves
in Laurens last week.
Mrs. J. S. Higgins visited her broth
er in Laurens last Friday who is real
Mrs. O. P. Fowler was in Laurens
Friday on business.
Miss Robin Patterson spent Friday
With Miss Carrie Lou Higgins.
Mrs. Lena Moore, who has been
visiting relatives in Laurens has .re
Miss Ruth Patterson is getting
along nicely at the city hospital in
Spartanburg where a successful op
eration was performed for appendicitis
Dr. Bailey and family, of Clinton,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Henderson and
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Anderson and
children of Laurens, Dr. Vincent *and
family, of Enoree, and Mr. Charles
Drunnnond, of Greenville, spent Sun
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. T. A. Drunnnond Is some better
at this writing.
Mrs. Minnie Willis is In Gray Court
with the family of Mr. T, A. Willis.
Mr. Wills is quite sick.
Mr. Earl Brooks, of Owings, spent
Sunday with Mr. H. C. Shore and fam
Mr. Baxter Deshlelds will leave this
week for North Carolina, where ho
will engage In work this summer.
Mrs. W. E. Thomas and daughter,
Virginia are visiting at Hie home of
Mr. E. 11. Moore's.
There will be an ice cream supper,
given by the .Iuvenile society of the
Methodist church on July 3, in the
gl'OVO at Mr. C, L. Waldrops. The pub
lie is cordially invited, beginning TS'.O
* MT. PLEASANT. *
Mt. Pleasant, June 10.?We are glad
to see the warm sunshine after the
cold rain. We hear some say they had
frost. One thing is certain, a fire felt
Mis. Lou Hunter is very sick at this
writing. Her friends hope for an early
Rev. Mr. Snow, of Greenville,
preached at Mt. Pleasant Saturday
and Sunday. He came to fill the ap
pointment of Rev. J. A. Brock, the
regular pastor, who Is holding a. re
vival meeting in Greenville.
Mr. Edgar Moore and brother-in-law,
from Columbia, visited bis sister, Mrs.
John Williams recently.
Mrs. Mary Fowler Is with her son,
Mr. W. W. Fowler, for this week.
The sick one at Mr. A. B. Fuller's
Mr. J. W. Fowler visited his sister,
Mrs. M. E. Reld, last Wednesday.
Mr. Tom Nell and Milton Boazman
visited the former's cousin, Mrs. M.
E. Reld, Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Lena Madden, is In Spartan
burg attending the commencement
and will visit relatives while there.
Some of the young people of Mt.
Pleasant are practicing for the play,
"Valley Farm". The actors are get
ting along fine. They are trying to
raise money to paint the church. It
Is hoped when they have It a large
crowd will be present and lend a help
ing hand for the church Is In a bad
Mr. Henry. Laurens Is a visitor in
Enoree this week.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVR BROMO Quinine. It stops the
Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.
Oruffffista refund money if it fails to cure.
It. W. OROVR'S signature on each boar. 25c.
? BABUN NEWS. ?
Rabuu, June 1G.?Last Friday even
ing about sundown. Mrs. Mary Ann
Holt passed nway fron? tbi3 lite and
world. Mrs. Holt bad been very sick
for several weeks but they all thought
her to be better that afternoon. Mrs.
Holt was in her seventy-sixth year,
and had made her home in and near!
this community all her life. She was'
a woman that will be missed by all,
especially by her children whom she
loved so well. Sunday morning her
remains were laid to rest in the Ra
bun cemetery, Mr. W. A. Baldwin con
ducting the funeral service. Eight
children survive her.
Mr. Gub Mahaffey and family of Lau
rens visited Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ma
Mr. Hoardie Owens and family of I
Eden section spent Sunday with Mrs.
Mr. Houston Rabb and Miss All lei
Babb were in Greenville Friday and
Rev. Mr. Baggott not being present
Sunday afternoon we had a good Sun
day school lesson, and after that les
son was finished, Dr. H. R. Stewart
made a grand talk on the Sunday
school lesson. His talk was very
much enjoyed, and wo will be glad
to have him with us any Sunday.
?The Mfossos Willis and Peden of
Gray Court spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Bel ton Owens.
Mr. Solomon Mahaffey of Eden sec
tion spent Friday with Mr. T. F. Babb. I
Miss Clatle Roper of Laurens is |
visiting Miss Mae Roper.
Mountville, June 16.?On last Fri
day evening Prof. Jno. G. Clinkscales,
of Wofford college, delivered an ad
dress, the subject of which he an
nounced as "Babies", and after com
paring the helplessness of an infant
to the strength of the young of lower
animals, clearly showed to his hearers
to what unlimited' possibilities the
mind of an infant might attain when
properly nourished and trained. His
address, while full of wit and humor,
was thoroughly imperssive
The election hold last Saturday
to decide the issuing of district bonds,
carried by a majority of 33 to 21, In
spite of some vigorous opposition.
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. ('. Miller have is
sued invitations announcing the ap
proaching marriage of their daughter,
Xellie Walker, to Mr. Samuel Brooks
Goodman, to take place in tlte Baptist
church at this place on July 2nd at
high noon. Miss Miller is a popular
young lady of many accomplishments
and has been teaching in the primary
department of the Mountville high
school for the past four years, which
position she has filled acceptably and
well, as evidenced by the fact of her
re-election from year to year; while
Mr. Goodman has been "Uncle Sam's"
accommodating carrier on Route No.
1 for the past six years, enjoying the
good will and wishes of his patrons.
Ths young couple wll begin tfieir
journey together in life with best
wishes of a host of friends and ac
Misses Annie and Sarah Fellers left
last week on an extended visit to
their sister, Mrs. Cydney Crisp at
Grover, N. C.
Miss Ruth Stokes, who has been
teaching the past session at Denmark,
Is at home for the summer.
Mrs. Arthur Crisp, of Bogart, Ga.,
has returned home after a week's visit
to her mother here.
Miss Vashtl Fuller has returned
home after an extended visit to rela
tives In Clinton.
Prof. E. A. Fuller attended the
Neville-Spratt wedding in Clinton this
Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Teague, of Lau
J rens, spent Sunday with realtives In
Mountville. Dr. Teague suffered the
I misfortune of leaving his car with a
I broken axle.
Ulcers and Skin Troubles.
If you are suffering with any old,
running or fever sores, ulcers, boils,
eczema or other skin troubles, get a
box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve and
you will get relief promptly. Mrs.
Bruce Jones, of Birmingham, Ala.,
[ suffered from nn ugly ulcer for nine
months and Bucklen's Arnica Salve
J cured her'In two weeks. Will help
j you. Only 2i>c. Recommended by
, laurens Dreg Co. and Palmetto Drug
HE WON&ERS WHAT IT IS -THEN SUDDENLY FWOJ OUT
I Dependable Drugs! I
^ Drug Store nowadays come pretty near being #
T department stores. What with stationery, brush- V
1| es, combs, rubber goods, cigars, candy and soda K
<|> water the prescription case is well nigh snowed <|>
funder. But, after all, the compounding of phy- <&
sicians' prescriptions is a druggist's real business #
and we so regard it. Our chief thought and care |?
T are given to the prescription department. Y
I POWE DRUG COMPANY I
On The Square Lauren?, South Carolina
Complete House Bills
You can chojse lumber from our stock
to suit the most exacting fancy in building
a plain cottage or an imposing mansion.
You can select,*not from a meagre
variety, but from an immense one which
we have built up to meet the constantly in
creasing demands upon our 44 complete
house bills" department.
Doors, sash, blinds, mouldings, stairs, newel
posts, columns, in many designs, all produced by
our own designers and workmen.
When you expect to build?bring, mail or send
your architect's plans and get our estimates.
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Is cheaper than labor, land or mules.
Increase your fertilizer and decrease
the cost of your products.
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LAURENS OIL MILL
CHARLESTON * WESTERN CAROLINA RAILWAY.
Change In Schedules, effective Sunday, June 8 1913.
Between Augusta and Spartanburg?Main Line.
Lv Augusta Ar 12:10 p m 7:05 p ni
4:25 p m 11:00 am
S:10 p m 2:25 pm 8:30 am
8:40 2:50 9:00
8:56 3:02 9:17
9:40 pm 3:40 pm 10:00 am
Lv Laurens Ar
Ar Spartanburg Lv
8:20 am 3:40 pm 7:50 pm
6:50 a in
Between LnurenH and Greenville.
10 p m 3; 12 p m 8:30 a m Lv Laurens Ar 8:20am
:22 3:24 8:42 Doubling
:28 3:30 8:48 Barksdale
:34 3:38 8:55 Gray Court
:39 3:43 8:5,9 Owlngs
:53 3:50 9:13 Fountain Inn
:05 4:09 9:25 Simpsonvlllo
:16 4:22 9:36 Mauhlin
:35 pm 4:40pm 9:55 am Ar Groenvliio Lv
IRJNiEST WILLIAMS, G P. A., j
1:45 pm 7:25 pm
7:00 am 12:20 pm 6:00 pm
W. ANDERSON, SUPT.,