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Laurens Drug Company
Laurens, S. C.
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Women r ho suffer the miser
ies caused by disordets in the
ovarian function, are periodic
ally ailing. they endure pains
which extend their exhausting
nfluence to every patrt of the
body, producing melancholy,
nervousness, and weaknesses
which ake life one long,
dreary existence. There is
relies and renewed hope for
these suferir:g vuen in
The Woman's Medicine
It is just the thing to overcome
the diseases which cause this suf
fering. It is composed of pure
vegetable ingredients which are
knwn to act beneficially on the
female body. Painful irregulari
ties, Ovarian Inflammation, Head
aches, Palpitation of the Heart.
al disappear before the power and
efficacy of this marvelous medi
cine. It brings back ohe strength,
vigor and cheerfulness of earlier
years and makes life worth living.
Sold by Druggists and Dealer
Price $1.00 Per Bottle
C.t. Simmons Medicine Co.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
.'OPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY
ives fistat rolief ntial ave l)lu t cu e
: all cases ut Ai na. b rinhi is an d
ray Fe ar. nd mak lf rtht rista ;tail oin
Sondb rugers and Ealers
".ePtorice $ 1.00.eBtl
Crall answere kany hours dayi o0rent.
C Jimons S.icn Co.
Si.T. LOUS TiMrma
veilans reie aw. an bulud ui
Lau'ren's, S. C.
ua 'ee. odb ruggists reud;ne fi mal onre
'trial PRack iatur on ach cent. 2
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Call ivns eray. hor ay ig
D ry Producimerman:
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* THE RURAL POLICE IILL. *
Below is the text of the rural police
bill as introduced by Representative
Irby in the lower house of the legis
lature several days ago. It is possible
that slight changes may be made in it
before its final passage, which seems to
be assured. The bill is as follows:
lIe it enacted by the General Assem
bly of the State of South Carolina:
Section I. 'T'hat there is hereby or
de:ed an election in the county of Iau
rens, to be held on the last Tuesday
in .\ugust, 191-1, on! the question of
disco dtinuing the Itural Police sys
te.:n in said cotunty. In said election
only qualified eletors residing without
the incorporated towns and cities hav
ing police protection shill be allowed
to vote and the 'l'lectioin ('ommission
ers of said c(oullty shall appoint mana
gers to conduct said election, who shall
tabulate the votes and make return, ias;
n1ow required by law for general 'n d
Sec. 2. Those elCtors, quialified to
otc' ill .said ee('ction, who favor the
continuanc0e of the Itiral 'olice sys
telm in sai county, shall cast a bal
lot on which shall be plainly writ
ten or printed the words: "For the
Rural 'olice systeml." and those op
pose(l to sail Systeml sha11 ast a bal
lot on: which shall he plainly written
or irinted the words : "Against the
Rural Police system."
Sec. :1. If a majority of the votes
c iast in s;'il clection shall he in fa
vor of the continuance of said sys-'
temt, then the m1emb1ers of the Gen
oral Assembly from said county shall
reco('lmend to the (Govcrnor', for a p
point: nI int, at sullicient number of citi
zens q ualified to hold the office of
lta l' Iolice, as now provided by law,
who sall be appointed and commis
sioned by the governor.
:'. 4. If said election shall be
against the continuance of said sys
tein, no Itural I'olicem1: n for said
county shall be thereafter appointed,
and no appointments shall be made
for rural p~olicemaan inl said county af
ter the expiration of the present terms
o the rural policemaI now hold1ig
office, until the result of the election
provided herein shall be declared.
Sec. 5. All Acts a(1 parts of Acts
inconsistent with this Act are hereby
IIA'VE P111E'1"1'1 IIA.,
'T'hick, Soil, FluIinty, and no l)tndrulY
I se Parilslan gieit.
It' your hair is losing its natitral
color, co1iig out andl splittinag, or"
lacks that enviablle sof'tless, gloss andl
beauty, do not despair-- pretty haris
:lg('ely a m) atter of care. It' it is too
thin make !t grow. If it is h:a:sh an. i
brittle soften It up.--lubrieate it. 11'
you have (nid(lft' it is heeraus(e tle
scalp is too dr'y a lthi flkes off. I" resh
en ill) 11h)e sea hi w tit l'arisin:1 Sage
all datoiruff' dis;al pears,, fallingr hair
;:ndl itchingi head conase, your hair i.;
Parisian Stage, sold by I a:eens
Drug Co. and at. all drug; counters, is
ji st wh at you .. e.ed--a hir.ge bottle
'ostst 5 0 i cellts. It sur lely mak Ies
the halIi ustrouls anld seem t w Ice as
abunl tdan t. You canlnot.lC(11 betdisap it
('d ini Parisian11 Sage.
FIlN AL SETrTLE.u i. NTi.
Take notice that on the lith day of
Mar'ch. I will render a final account
of my aicts and doings as Adminis
trator' of the estate of Arthur V. IRod
gers, deceaped, in the ofmce of the
Judge of Pr'obate of Lauren~s counaty,
at 11 o'clock, a. ml., and On tahe same
(lay wvili applly for a final discharge
from my truslit as Acdmiistr'ator.
Any perons 0ind 1(1f6ted to said estate
are notIfied and r'e ired 'to make pay
mlent on thlat dlate; andc all persons
hlaving claimls against said estate will
pre'sent the~m on or' 'before said (late,
(1u113 tprov'en, or' be forecver barred.
Wi. L. Rodgers,
Febru'ar'y 11, 1914.-i me.
4D FANCY *
E S IN SEASON*
d Everything for the*
iest prices for Coun
QULD['tT RESIST THAT PLEA
What Girl Wo4id61t Yield to Wategnie
Final Plea, So Gallantly and
Always when young Watson had oc
casion-to call up Saundere a girl an
swered and asked:
"Who wants him, pleaso?*
Watson liked her voice. It was
sweetly feminine and there was some
thing almost appealing in it. At length
lie began to hold brief conversations
with her before calling Saunders to
the wire. One day she consented, aft
er many appeals from him, to let him
know that her name was Edith Mowry.
Then their conversation grew longer,
and at last Watson asked her to go to
lunch with him.
"I don't think I ought to do that,"
she said. "We have never been Intro
duced to each other."
"'shaw!" he replied, "we needn't
mindl that. Even if we have never met
face to face we know each other well
enough to get along without a formal
"But I'm afraid," she insisted, "that.
it would h qrdly be proper."
"Of course it would be proper. Meet
me at the ladies' entrance of the Costa
lotte hotel at 12:30 and we'll have
lunch in the red room."
"O, I couldn't think of doing that."
"It wouldn't be right."
"What would be wrong about it?
You know who I am. It wouldn't be
like meeting a stranger."
"Ye.,, but I have never seen you."
"I know you haven't. Tfhat's why I
want to meet you. We haven't any
business to go on being friends with
out ever seeing each other. Come, say
you'll be there."
"But how would you know me if I
consented to meet you there? There
would probably be a great many oth-.
ers going in at that time."
"0, I should know you easy enough.
I'd just pick out the prettiest girl that
came along, and ao there would be no
chance of making a mistake."
"Well, if you really wish it I'll
Cities Ages Old.
Forgotten cities of a prehistoric
people, far beyond what was deemed
the furthest eastern limit of the town
buildings, were reported by Fr. Julius,
Hartman of the Catholic parish at
Willard, Torrence county, to the
school of American Archaeology at
Santa Fe, N. M., recently. Fr. Hart
man made a survey of sixty miles of
ruins and rock inscriptions extending
from the present Mexican village of
Pinos Wells to the Canyon Pintada in
a region that is desolate and uninhab
ited and touched only at long inter
vals by sheep herders. The ruins of
the villages and communal dwellings
antedate the Spanish conquest of
three hundred and more years ago, and
judging from the debris that covers
the sites and hides the ruins, the cit
ies are a thousand and more years
old. The two villages nearest to
Pinos Vells are located on a high
mound, and the communal buildings
are circular in form. From the burial
place, the priest took skeletons, fu
neral urns, pottery, stone implements,
weapons and other relics, character
istic of the prehistoric town builders
of the Rio Grande valley.
Social at Lanford.
Lanford, Feb. 27.-air. and Mrs. Carl
P'atterson very pleasantly entertained
(luite a number of friends Satutrday ev
ening. Several amusing games were
played andl a few selections of music
were enjoyed. After this the guests
were invited into the dining room
where delicious refreshments were
served. Those whlo enjoyed the lhos
;dtallty of Mr.' and Mrs. Patterkon
were: Misses Ruth Patterson, Odessa
and Hester Ilembree, Sarah and Louise
\Volff, Ada Scnn, Mary Turner; -Messrs
John and Charlton Patterson, Eston
andl Nathan Hlembren, Boyd Senn, Ed
garn Turmner and Loydl Godlfrey.
BRtAINS DJUIADEl BY
Somie People Only Half Alive; Dod
son's Liver Tone (Cleans You Ouit
and1( Wakes You Up.
When constip~ation is having its
evil effects on your b)ody andl brain,
Naturem is doing her best to offset them
and overceome the cause Itself. Bunt
usually Natuire cannot (d0 th Is unaided.
in -the Past, many sufferers at such
a time usedl to turn to dlangerous cal
omel in hope of relief. For' some pen.
pile calomnel (does appea r to give a tonm
porary benleflt, but as a matter of fact
it is a .ipols n that pro0ves to be in
jurious adt~ /even dlangerous to manny.
If you hi v ever taken calomel you
prob~ably vh e sui'feredl N'om evil con
(litmori fol rowing its use.
But nowadlays great numbers of
people have learnedl how to feel bet
ter, brighter and healthier by taking
D~odson's Liver Tone instead of cabo
mel. Indleed, this harmless vegetable
liquid is recommendedl and guaranteed
by Laurens Drug Co. who will rofund
the purchase price 'to you without
question if you are not completely sat
isfied with it.
Get a bottle of Dodson's Liver' Tone
for only 50c. and learn for yourself
how easily and naturally it assists
Nature in gettIng rid of and correct
ing constIpation andl bIliousness, hew
it clears away the sick headache and
coatedl tongue and sets you right with
out ache or gripie, without any inter
ference wilth your regular habits. Fine
for the children. They like to take It.
Large shipment of rich Cut (Glass
just arrived. Very latest cuttIngs andl
shapes, and at lower prices.
S. M. & E. I1. Wilkea & Co.
Princeton, Feb. 21.---Mrs. R. F. Mor
ris and children, Frederica and Fran
ces, returned home Tuesday after a
pleasant visit to relatives in Turbeville
Mr. R. B. Arnold spent Wednesday
in Honea Path.
Mr. James Arnold, of Pelzer, spent
the week-end with homefolks here.
Miss Octavia Morris, of Turbeville,
is visiting her brother, Rev. R. F. Mor
Messrs Clary amtd Charles McCuen
were business visitors in Honea Path
Airs. W. H. Monroe and daughter,
Lillian, spent last week-end with Mr.
S. .1. Uurts near Ilonea Path.
'Mr. J. W. iluff and Miss Sara Britt
spent Saturday in Ilonea Path.
Mr. Grady Dugan, of Honea Path,
spent Thu rsday here.
ir. Lawrence Stone died at his homa
near Princeton Wednesday evening.
lie had been suffering from an attack
of pneumonia for several days. The
funeral services were conducted at
ilabun church Friday at one o'clock.
Mr. Stone is survived by his wife and
two small children. Their many
friends sympathize with them in their
Mr. Charlton Mahon, of this place,
and Miss Grace Fleming, of lonea
Path. were happily married last Sun
(lay evening, Rev. R. F. Morris ofileiat
ing. Their 'many friends wish them
HY03ME IC EidEVES
IN FIVE MINUTES
You Breathe It.
If your head is all stuffed up from a
cold or catarrh, you suffer with dull
headaches and seem lacking In vital
ity, or are constantly sniffling and
coughing, you need a remedy that
will give the quickest, most effective
and lasting relief possible---something
that will go right to the spot, clear
the head and throat, and end your
Surely use Ilyomenl-gall druggists
sell it. It is just sucl a remedy, and
is entirely harmless/and pleasant to
use---you breathe it,.-no stomach dos
The antiseptic oils of Ilyomel mix
with the air you breathe--its health
giving medication immediately reach
es the sore and inflamed muscous
'membrane-you feel better in five min
utes. It. is practically impossible to
use llyomei and not only be relieved
but permanently benefited. The Lau
rens I)rug Co. will refund your money
if you are not satisfied. Ask for the
complete oitflt--$1.00 size.
When you can g
rnade to your in<
lutely for QUAL
Were you one of the
tage of this wonder
not come and see foi
$35.00 Suits for $
South, and as a speci
will give away absola
every suit made to y
Opposite Post Offi
'Do tou -
Know "r tut
vwi ge y' $# suizi1
made to your (rdrti
A Shipment of J. E. FRENCH Low Cut
Oxfords for Men. They are
Why Pay More? Learn The Way.
We have a Specially Equipped Feather
Department with a 1&arge force of trained
workers for the Manufacture of the Highest
NEW FEATHER WORK
of all kinds from the best selected South
African Feather Stock, which we Import
We will be pleased to mail you a descriptive fol
*Footer's Dye Wks
!r of a $7 Pair Pants
lay, February, 28th.
et a Hand-tailored Suit of Clothes
lividual measure. Guaranteed abso- s
ITY, WORKMANSHIP arid FIT for
Smany that visited our store and took advan
ful money-saving opportunity? If not why
yourself that we are duplicating $25.00 to
17.50. Largest line of Woolens ever shown
al inducement until Saturday, Feb. 28th, we
utely free of charge a $7 pair Pants with
E$17.50 NO LESS
WRICE TO ONE TO ALL
>I Woolen Mills
K OF LAURENS BUILDING
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