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The Infernal Pains of Women
Women who are weak, nervous and discouraged, brought on by the
painful aliments peculiar to their sex. should use
Squaw Vine Compound
A Woman's Remedy
it possesses the power to act directly on the weakened parts, conveying re
newed strength, functional activity and regularity. A woman who is strug
gling along under a burden of pain, weakness and distress soon feels its
beneficial effect in a revival of interest In her household duties and tho strength
and energy to perform them without exhaustion. It puts the systyrf in perfect
order, the result of which is a strong, healthy body, a chefr?rT mind and a
clear, rosy complexion. If
Sold by Druggist* and Dealers. Price $1.00 Per Bottle
C. F. SIMMONS MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUS, MISSOURI
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens. 5. C.
The Sanitary, Durable, Flat Oil Finish
For that art let to, harmonious effect which makes homo worth
livinjr in, uuo Pec-Gee Flatkaatt, Uio modern wall finish.
Most economical, boc;?v.so when soiled, it can bo easily washed
or cleaned; it sinka into an I bocomos part of tho plaster, hardening
and toughening with ape and Ustinjf as lout,- ae tho plaster. Tho plain
directions oh each can make it easy to apply with perfect BU00688.
Ask our dealer in your town for "Modern Method of Finishing Walh"
our handsome, beautifully-illustrated book, giving color uchoinos
and practical su^yes lions. Free ou roijuebt.
f=nU(Jd (Co/Peaslee Gatilbeit Co, im??
r^^l^v For Sale By
BROOKS HARDWARE C
CLEANING and DYEING
Fall Winter Needs
Should be Done Now. Send them to
Footer's Dye Works
America's Greatest and Most Sanitary Cleaniiig and Dyeing
If we have no Agent in your locality, send direct
by Express or Parcel Post. The advantages of the
Parcel Post place our wonderful facilities and univer
sal service at your door?so to speak.
^ AND ?-a
Have your Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by
men who know how. You'll find them here at
Over H. Terry's Store Laurens, South Carolina
PRIZE AND RIBBON WINNERS
IN TUE I.ATHENS count! fair
(Continued from Page Two.)
Jol :i P. lmuter. O. L. Hunter.
115 Post young boar.
10 rods 36 Pittsburgh field fence,
$3.50, Laurens Hardware Co
First. 11. D. Stuart.
116 liest boar pig.
1 sack V. C. Chem. Co. guano, $2.50,
through A. Huff.
First. E. I'. Milam.
US Best young sow.
1 sack Ktewan guano. $2.50. Owings
First. H. D. Stuart.
110 Best sow pig.
1 sack Planters grain grower. $2.50,
\Y. C. What ton.
Firs'. K. P. Milam.
121?Best aged boar.
2 sticks Coo, Mortimer guano, $5.00,
Dr. W. C. Irbv.
First, P. B. Bailey.
122 Best young boor.
i's B s sugar, $1.60, Kennedy Pros.
First, P. lb Bailey.
123 Best boar pig.
1 year subscription to Progressive
Far in or.
First. P. it. Bailey.
125 Best young sow.
Kirst. P. B. Bailey.
126 Besl bow pig.
First, P. B: Bailor.
127 Best display of no: los? than five
r.o lbs Imperial Hour, $1.50, Mahalfoy
First, p, b. Bailey.
130 Best boar p'g. any other brood.
1 sack Coo, Mortimer Co. guano, \v.
First. I). D. Stoddard.
133 Best sow pig, any other breed.
1 sack V. C. Chem. Co. guano. $2.50,
First. It. I). Stuart.
BIT) Best grade gilt.
50 IBs Aunt Hose Hour, $1.75 Swy
First, D. I). Stoddard.
137 Best litter pigs.
1 pair wool blankets, $4.50, Loverette
First. I). O. Stoddard.
HO Bort display of hogs.
1 pair pants, $6.00, Clardy & Wilson.
First,' r. B. Bailey.
IMH'LTHY BE PA HTM EXT.
V. A. White. \V. P. Morris.
Torms: Pen?To consist of or.o male
feithor cock <>r cockerel) and two
females (either bens or pullots?. Cock
?A male bird over 1 year old. Cock
erel?A male bird under 1 year old.
Hen?female bird over t year old. Pul
let?a foaialo bird under 1 year old.
( lass I -American,
ill Plymouth Hock, Barred, pen.
Ladies hand bag, $2.00, Laurens
First, Mrs. J. s. Bennett; second,
.1. L, rower: third, Mrs. Arthur
ill Wyandotte, silver, pen.
1 No. 22 rocking chair, $2.00, S. M.
ft F.. II. Wilkes & CO.
First, Geo. M. Davis; second, B. c.
Harris: third, T. B. Brown.
1 15 Wyandotte, Golden, pen.
1 bottle toilet water, 75c, Laurens
First, Miller Brown; second. Miller
1 16 Wyandotte, White, pen.
rocker chair, $.'..50, Loverott Furni
First ond second. R, V, Thompson.
117 Rhode Island Reds. pen.
1 ladies umbrella. $2.50, Switzor Co
First. Mrs. J. F. Martin; second, .1.
L. Anderson; third, Mrs. J. F.
( lass 3 -Mcditcrnnean,
~0 Leghorn. White, pen.
1 ladies' rain coat. $3.50. SwiUer Co.
First. A. Carl Fuller: second. M M.
Gamhrcll; third, Mrs. .1. s. Ben
151 Leghorn, Brown, pen.
Brize by Kays. $2.00.
First, Dr. Klugh; second, G. C K?p
152 Minorca. Black, pair.
1 pair ladies' kid gloves, $1.00, by
J. C. Burns & Co.
First. K. V. Thompson; second. A.
151 Orpington, pair.
1 ladies' umbrella. $1.50, Mintor Co.
First, Miss Mamie Langston; second.
Mrs. .1. B. Young; third, Mrs. .1.
Class 6 Pit (James.
157 Game, Pit, Kods, pair.
\!2 dozen oaken sweet soap, 75c. Pal
metto Drug Co.
First. W. I). Byrd; second. H. F.
Soxton: third, Lee Starnes.
153 (lame. Pit, Whiter., pair.
1 fruit cake, $1.50, Laurens Steam
First, .1. D. W. Watts; second. No.
55; third Miller Brown.
150 Game. Bit. Blacks, pair.
1 pair whito pit games. $3.00, J. D.
First. .Tas. Barksdalo; second Miller
Brown; third, .I. I). Culbertson.
160 Game. Bit, Gray?, pair.
1 voar subscription to The Herald.
First. W. B. Morris: second, W. 1'.
Morris; third. Geo. M. Lav s.
161 (lame, Bit. Blues, pair.
1 year subscription to The Advertis
First. Tvoe Starnes: second. Ix-e
ir?2 Game, Bit, Dominiques, pair.
1 year subscription to The Progres
First. Loo Starnes; second J. W.
Class 7 Oriental ftlimes.
163 Indian Game, Cornish, pair.
I year subscription to The Herald.
First, .1. M. Med. Moore.
161 Indian Came, White, pair.
1 year subscription to The Advertis
First. S. I). Martin.
16.", Bantams, Game, pon.
I year subscription to The Progres
Second. Johnnie Milam.
166 Bantams, pair.
1 fountain pen. Kays Pharmacy.
First, .1. W. Martin; second, .1.1..
Anderson; third. No. 31.
167 Turkeys. Bronze, pair.
1 ladies' umbrella. $1.50, H. Terry.
First, Mrs. J. \V. Holland.
ICS Turkeys, White, pair.
i counterpane, $1.60, II, Terrv.
First. Mrs. T. P. Boole.
168 Beet display,
1 rug. $1.25, R. W. Willis.
First. Mrs. J. w. Holland.
( lass 9 Duckt?
169 liest pair.
1 3-lb. ran coffee. $1.16, J. C. Shell
First, Boyco Clardy; second. Mrs.
J. s. Bennett; third, T. lt. Brown.
i lass to Geese.
170 Bos: pair.
l gallon can Uniform syrup, 76c,
First. R. C. Lncas; second, W. F.
("lass 11 Ornamental Fowls.
171 Best pair. Pea Fowls.
First. Mrs. O. L. Hunter.
t la** i:t Pigeons.
17;'. Best pair.
5 lbs coffee $1.! J. M. Phllpot.
F11 st. George Albright; second. .1.
l.. I.nngston; third, J. L. L?ngsten
it:*.*.? Anconas, pen,
60 lbs Obelisk Hour. J. C. Shell A Co.
First, Jas. Martin.
I7;;:'i Best Guinea display.
r> lbs best coffee, $1.50, Kennedy
First, .1. L, Anderson; second, A, F..
Cle\ ein nd.
17? Best Individual poultry display of
;?s piece gold band, dinner set. $*..r.o.
s. M, & i:. II. \VHko8 & Co.
First, .1 tunes Mai tin.
Fxtra - Sap Sucker.
First, W. F. Snow.
EtXtrn Novolty chicken.
First. Uli. tt Bold.
Jim Wad.- Hill. Qtiy I.. Watson,
17;". Best Setter dog.
Gent's sliirt. $1.00, by II. Terry.
First, No. 569; second K. K. Blnkely.
170 Best Setter bitch.
Cent's shirt, $1.00, by Switzer Co.
First, Carlos Mosolej ; second, No,
177 Best Polnior dog.
l dog collar.
First, .i. M. O'Shlclds; sccon !. ::. It.
17s lb st Pointer bitch.
1 dor, collar.
First. .1. M. O'Slilclds.
17'.i Best Hound dog.
Ice box, $1.00, Coca Cola Company,
through Guy I.. Watson.
First. A. I.. Kiddie; second .1. B.
150 Best Hound bitch.
1 crate Dee]) Bock glngor ale, $1.25.
Sanders UottliiiK Co.
First. Moore I Mai; tpcond, .1. It.
151 Best Beagle dog.
1 chick. Coca Cola Co.. through Gay
First. <;. I.. Watson; second, Fail
182 Best Beagh- bitc h.
1 collar, si.no.
First. I.. D. Armtsrong; second, Karl
1S3 Best Collie dog.
l crate Deep Bock ginger ail. $1.2.".,
Sanders Bottling ('o.
First, w. II. Dodson; second, Brooks
isi Best Collie bitch.
i crate Doop Bock ginger ale, $1.2."..
Sander.: Bottling Co.
First, 11. w. Owings; second. j. p.
IS5 Best pair cats. $I.Ou
First, W. 1? Morris.
188 Best p ill' Glllncn pigs, $1.00.
First, W. F. Snow.
1S9 Best collection O'possums, $2.00.
First, J. B. Hunter.
ID 1 Boot display of hunting equip
1 ton coal. $i'..oo, B. M. Eichelberger,
First, .1. iD. w. Watt-: second, A
first. Miss Willoil Boy.I.
Fxtra -Bes1 Great Dane.
First, Buford Copoland.
First, .1. 1) W. Watts.
102 For thi> parent in Laurens coun
ty, who lias the greatest number
of children in school.
Barrel of first patent flour, by W. C.
First. Mr. and Mrs. A. A, Baldwin.
A VALUABLE SUGGESTION'.
Important to K>erjone.
It is now conceded by physicians
that the kidneys should have more
attention as they control the otbo
(organs to a remarkable! degree .'.nd
| do a tremendous amount of work in
removing the poisons ind waste mat
ter from the system by filtering the
During the winter months especial
ly, when we live an indoor Iii \ i!:.
kidneys should receive some a i '
anee when needed, as wo take lo-ts ex
ercise, drink less wat":r and often "at
more rich, heavy food' thereby forc
ing the kidneys iO flQflnor0 work than
Nature Intended] UM lonce of Kidney
trouble, such a9 yfi'1" hack, anno, ing
bladder troubloyf smarting or burn
ing, brick-dust or sediment, sallow
complexion, rhouinalisni, may be weak
or Irregular heart action, warns yon
that your kidneys requiro help im
mediately to nvnld more serious trou
i Many physicians c laim that an he r
bal medicine containing no minerals
or ophites ha-- tho most healing influ
ence. All ideal herbal compound thai
has had most remarkable success as
a kidney and bladder rcmedv is Dr.
Kllinc r s Swamp-Root,
Yoil may recolvo a sample bottle of
Swamp-Boot by Parcels Po :. Address
Dr. Kilmer ti Co.. Blngbamtoa, N, Y..
and enclose ten cents; also mention
the Laurens Weekly Advertiser.
Shafting, Pii.i. Belts, Repairs and
Files, Teeth, Locks, Etc.
LOMBARD IRON WORKS, AUGUSTA, OA.
Ctl out circular hrfore you but/.
FOR OVER HALF A CENTURY
I THE NAME AI I A M HAS BEEN|
4 SYNONYMOUS WITH EVERYTHING THAT 1S^
^ BEST IN THE JEWELRY TRADE. #
The same lofty ideals upon which this businesses
<?> was established obtain today, namely:
^ "No Unreliable Merchandise nt Any Price.
"Trustworthy Goods nt Lowest Figures.
^ Repair Dcpnrtmenta in Chorge of Most Skilled Mcchanicr.^
j^, Every Job Guaranteed.
s Allan & Company
^ Write for Free Catalogue
Charleston, S. C.
EHF.VER H?ll NEEO
? EMI TONIC ? TAKE SHOVE'S
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chili Tonic ir. Equally
Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on tiie Liver,
Drives Out Malaria) Rnrichcs the Blood and *--';flds up
the Whole System. ForG*own People and Children.
Y? u know whet you ere tnkAuiy^'hen you i.i'. ? ('.: ive's Taste leva c 1 111 To:jI<
ns the (oi inul i is printed on rvoi . label i how' thai i! ; ?? laius i he v ???! i. nun t
tonic properties oi QUIN INK inn) I RON. I'. is ??: fUron>? i - t lie . i ? :.,;>? -t hi(l< r
tonic uhd is in-Tasteless Form It hau no k|uu, i : C illli i : ;i \\- ? .
Weakness, Rencial debility and loss of appetite. Giv< !.'? ?:? I ? .? n t.> Ninsin;;
Mothers and Pale, Siclily Chi'.'.ren. Retnov? i I Hons ? with i:l j in
Relieves nervous ticj>rrKf-iou and low spiti ??. A ov.ses lh< livci .? ??(? it uei.l
purities the blood. A True Tonic and Su ?? Vppel '.ot Ad ? pleb ! ' < ?i>;Uu 1 ?.
No futnily ohouh! bo without it. Guarantee .11?; vom i- uukI I Wem r.nil. !
fi $ I
iily U 1 ?*
"Opportunity is inside, not outside. It lies in a
abilities and not in his surroundings."
W. G. Wilr-on & Company are J
opening full lines of Goods adopt- <
ed for the coming season emWac- \
ing some special values in (he very