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It's Good Bye To
The Old "Torture-Demon" Has
Got to Leave When ROOT
JUICE Gets After Him
Good-bye., old "torture-demon," "Joy
thief," rhnumatisn. You've found your
uatch at last and more. You can't fight
ROOT JIICE like you've fought all Iho
old-fashioned medicines. You're conquered
now for good. You've got to go, and
take your uric acid and your torture with
Don't worry, goo-] sttlerer, we've got
your old eneeny now rigl.t where you
"Good Bye, Old Itheumatism, I've Con
quered You Thiss Time."
want him. Your rheumatism and every
body else's rheumatism has got to leave.'
Want to prove it without a bit of risk?
Well, you try IOOT JUICE, one bottle
for ten lays ;net see what happens. Ii
you don't fed lika shouting with delight
at your good fortune, take back the
empty bottle to the druggist and get your
money instantly. That's how good ROOT
JIl Ci'E is. The druggist will return the
price of I ')OT JUICFI without a word to
anyone who says it has not done a world
You're taking no chances this time.
ROOT .IUl1, has got to help you and it
will help you more than you have any
idea of. That ache and pain and sore
ness and stiffness with all the misery will
he gone almost before you realize it and
you'll feel better, than you have In many
a day. You never sa , anything clean out
the blood, str'ngthen the kidneys, tone
up the stomach and regulate the liver
and bowels like ROOT JU.C[E in all your
life. It benefits theo whole system, puts
new life into you, strengthens the nerv .:s
system. Finest thing in this wide world
for old folkc..
Try ROOT JUICE this time. Stop ex
perimenting .tnd tlozt let anybody talk
you out of it. It's results or money back
with ROOT JUJCi'. All drug stores
sell it and guarantee it at one dollar per
large bottle. You'll say it's worth a
F HS HOWfromitoup
1,u tin na dke ytauf F-ar cawerme rough
A l I ,R f.fINKO h Y'I . I gi.l r I ( I I ' K I
Laurens Drug Company
Laurens, S. C.
A thma! Asthma!
POPHAM'S AST(INA REMEDY
gives i o,t-mt relief ;e.I anl a)tIluo cure
in 9:1 cases of , A ihmaI. lronchitis, and
IHay -' evr. Sold by druggists ; mail on
receipt of price $i oo.
Trinl l'nekage by mail 10 cents.
WILLIA MS MFC. CO., Prop., Cle'vetand. Ohio
L AUJIENS DRUG CO.
Lanrena. S. C.
Undertakers and Embalmere
Call, answered any hours, day or night.
IDA(URENS, S. C.
D T. L Timmerman
')ples Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
00%N lE NSEDI
.11aien An(Iderson, G rieen woodl, GIreeni
yih. and (Greer', H. C., effective Sun
day. Docemb er 7th, 1913. Tfrains
lean aund arrVive corner Main andi
W a. uigton Stredia.
No. Time No. 'rimo
1 t;:00 A. Ms. 2 8:10 A. M.
3 7:50 A. M. 4 10:10 A. M.
6 10J:00 A. MI. 6 12:215 P. M.
71 11:40 A.tA. 8 1:40 P. M.
9 I14 P. M. 10) 3:65 P. M1.
It 4:25 P. M. 22 6:33 P. M.
15 7:30 P. M. 1 9:40 P. M.
iletween Greenvlle and G*reer
No. Tiene No. Time
70 '4:26 A. M. 72 7:40 A. M.
72 ):16j A. Mi. 73 9:55 A. M.
74 .3:040 P,.M. 75 11:40 A. M.
7(; 1:50 P'. MI. 77 1:45 P. M.
75 ;:35 P'. M. 79 fl:15 P. MI.
80 1:20 P. MI. 82 4:55 1P. M1.
<eta on ESato 0. 5. &A. Terminas,,
10 orth1 Main P4tesnt.
C. S. ALLM~rN,
(Gen'1 Paussi. Agent.
DEFINITELY TO RUN
Marlboro Senator Authorizes An.
nouncement of I1s Candidacy for
Columbia, March 6.-John L. Mchau
i n of lBennettsville, made the definite
announcement this morning that he
was a candidate for governor to suc
ceed Governor Cole L. Blease. It has
been understood for some months that
Mr. 'Mclaurin would make the race but
this morning was the first time he au
thorized the definite announcement
that he would be a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for governor
to be elected at the coming primaries.
Securing the Democratic nomination
is equivalent to election.
The political career of the gentle
man from Marlboro is one which has
an equal in the political annals of
the nation. In the prime of young
manhood when the Tillman wave
swept over the State in 1890, Mr.
McLaurin was one of the principal
lieutenants of ('apt. It. R. Tillman
and stood high inl the ranks of the
reformers". i1,e was regarded with
political honors. As a memher of
I.e general asembhly he took part
in shaping legislation under (;over
nor 'Tillman. Hie was theon elecvted
attorney general and from there
wint to contgress to represent the
sixth district. lie was appointed by
(;(,vernor Ellerhe to fill the vacancy
in the 'n itiel States senate miade va
cant by the death of Senator Earle
and at the primaries won the nomi
nation and was elected for the full
tern, becoming the colleague of his
old time leader. Senator It. H. Till
Ilow Senator MNcLaurin and Sena
tor Tillman drifted apart because of
the espousing of the so called com
mercial Democracy by Senator Mc
ialrin and the final culmination of
their troubles with a personal en
counter on the floor of the United
States senate is recalled in South
The death of Senator .1. 11. Green
left a vacancy in the state senate from
Marlboro county in 1912 and Sena
tor McLaurini was chosen to fill out
the unexpired term. lie soon took a
leading part in legislation and through
the sessions of 1913 and the one which
5lse(i last. night lie occupied promi
n( nt places. One of iis best known
measure, was the iroliosit ion to form
a Plate warehouse system for storing
alnd grading cotton and this was pass
ed by the senate with a provision for
a r(eferendumi to bhe held et the next
i(eneral election but the house kille:
the hbill. The day the s:nate decidlil
to refer the warehouse bill to the pio
ile Senator Mclaini F::i(1 his colleh
gies hil forced him into the race fo.
'ihe an noune(0nient of Senator .e
I.ai'rini l oiles 'n avowel (adIiblaitos
in the race for governor, the others
being Itailroad Commissioner .John (.
llichards, Solicitor It. A. Cooper, Rep
resent atIve WV. C. I rby, .11r., former
Htepresentative L. .1. Btrowninag, Pro
fessor' John (G. Clinkscales, ".\r.
Charles Carrol Sims, Speaker M. L.
SmIth, Lieutenant Governor C. A.
Smith, [Former Senator Rt. L. Manning.
Senator John F. Williams or Alken
county 'may also enter the race for
governor. He Is being prominently
mnentioned and is known to b~e con
sidering the matter.-Greenvllle News.
RLETffIR) OEORIIA PLANTER'S
ADVIOE4 TO EIDNEY SUFFERERS
Ilegardinig the wonderful curaitlive
mnerits of your Swamp-Root, I cannot
say too much. After suffering severe
ly for three years or more with severe
pains caumsedl by weak kidneys, I was
finally indiuedt to try Swam p-Root
th rough a testimonIal I readI in one of
the newspapers. I was in such a con
diltion that I was obliged to arise from
smy .bed six or eight. times every night.
I piurehased a fifty-cent bottle and be
fore it was usedi I felt so much relief
that. I purchasedi a onie-dollar bottle
and by the tio tils wats taken the
01(d pains had loft my biaek and I could
sleep the whole night thr'ough. I am
a retired planter, 70 years of age, and
owing to Dr. iiiimer's Swamap-Rtoot,
I am in the hest of health and feel
like a boy. I amn atlwoys glad to rec
ommendt Swamop-Roof. to those whlo
are in nteed of' ft.
P~ei son ally appeared beforo me0, this
SL~h of Septemb er, I1909, C. E;. I Issery,
who subscrIibed the above statement
anld imado oath that thte same Is true Inl
suibstance andl In fact.
T. HT. McIane,
Letter to Dr. Klamor & Clo., Binghiam..
ton, N. Y.
Proyo What Swamp'-Root Will Do For
fend ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
linaghamnton, N. Y., for a sample slze
biottle. It will convince anyone. You
will altio receive a booklet of valuable
Information, toiling about the kidneys
and bladIder. When writing, be sure
and mention the Iaurens Weekly Ad
ertisor. Regular fifty-cent and one
dollar size bottles for sale at all drug
'Eo Cureoa Cold In One Day
'Take f1AXATI VII BROMO Quinine. It ajopu the
.oughi and Heacdauche aend works off tBe Cold.
Irggsts refund money If it fails to cure.
r1 W. nunVen .tlnatnren on acn bo. 25e.
DEATH OF REV. ZELOTES HOL3ES.
Son of A. t. Holmes Dies at Hils Home
Lisbon, -March 3.--Rev. Zelotes Lee
HIolmes, died at his home in Greenville
lust Friday night where he had made
his home for the past few years with
his uncle, Rev. N. J. Holmes. He had
just passed his 24th year the 15th of
January. lie marired Miss Nina Cot
ton, three years ago and she with his
father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
Iolmes, two sister and six brothers
survive him. From childhood he was
a lovable character and 'all those who
knew him admired him. The sympa
thies of the community go out to the
bereaved family and relatives In these
sad hours. Those who attended the
funeral at the Wright, Holmes and
Anderson cemetery, near Lisbon
church, from Greenville, were Mrs.
Nina C. IHolmes, Rev. and Mrs. N. J.
Holmes, Miss Elizaboth Young, Rev'.
Paul Bleacham, O. E. Taylor and S. D.
Cooper. Those from Laurens were
Mr. J. N. Wright and daughters, Miss
es Ilenry and Kate, Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Iludgens, Rev. Ray A nderson, Mr. .ohn
Wade Anderson, Mrs. L P. P. Fuier; al
so W. L. Ilolmes of Norfolk, Va.. and
Tom Hlolmes of WI lI ngton. N. C.,
brothers of the deceased. The funeral
was Preached at Greenville Sunday,
the services at the grove were con
dulcted by lRevs. N. .1. 1Holmes and Ray
.\nderson. The grave was completely
covered with lovely flowers showing
the high appreciation of his manny
friends. The ball bearers were Messrs
Edwin Blume, Henry Milam, Mr. Gene
iludgens, Mr. Lee Young, and Mr. Wil
Madden, March 9.-.Just one more
week of "ground hog" weather and
then the beautIful spring! May March
be very merciful! May the wind
which is her rightful heritage blow
gently upon us !
Did the "oldest inhabitant" ever ex
perience a worse day than Saturday
and so many different kinds of weath
er in one little day? Despite the in
elemuency of the day there was quite
a jolly crowd of young folks gathered
at the hospitable home of Mr. and
Mrs. .limt Cheek and they had the
sweetest time itaginab)le for it wa;
an old fash ionedi candy pulling. After
the candy was pulled and games were
played, t!i guests were servel hot
chocolate and cake. Th'iose who en
.i(nyfl the afternoon with the .lisses
('lk were M.\isses L.ouise Dean, Ora
Powes, 800,.\lien m1114 Annie Prof
ilt.' .\1tr and r latti(r Sure W 11offord.
Kathleen Mlartin. .\arie Made n. Sudio
and .\lyrtle Morris andc (0r'.nn lIlamn
Ullon ;nd( \Masters liyan41 Martin, Tomt
H. Curlhertsonl, .ino. W. W\offord, lintde
Brown, I~awrence Madden and I'lgar
Miss .l'lia ('unninghat has now a
case of timpitis. We trusttt thtat they3
will beo kept out of thte schtool as New
Prospects desires to he representedl at
the fair in fulli force and one of ouri
teaching force has never hadl mutmps
as well as a nutmber of thte children.
Miss .Jackson, a trained nurse of
S-par'tanbulrg, has been called in to
inurse Mr. Jino. A. Maddlen. Ihis coin
(dition is no wise improved.
Mi'. and Mr's. Jhimmie Blenjamin are
receiving the congratulations of
fr'iends on thte arrival of a fine boy.
Mr. and~ Mi's. Riaford Snow and tile
Misses Nelson were r'e'enlt visitors of
their sister, Mrs. Lutther Finley.
Mr. and1( Mr's. Percy Finley' w~ere v'is
itors recently of thou' barents, Mr. antd
Mrs. Jlno. 11. Finley.
Mi's. D~ennis Culbertson spent Thurs
da~y with Mr. andl Mrs. Blee Cutlbertson.
Mr's. Mollie Teague was calld to
Goidville Friday' on accounit of tile
dleathl of hter cousain, Mrs. Martha
lBoydl. Mi's. lloyd was on a visit to her
dlauighter at 10lberton, Ga., antd (lied
wile thtero. She was bor'n and reared
near' the Ridge and1 snle 11ad a large
family connection htere whto are deep1
ly grieved to htear of hter dleatil.
8everal ntew wvells are being miade
Itt tis vicinity. Mr. ('raddock is it
chtarge of thte wor'k. l'The t rust ecs have
just. completed Otte at New Prospect
anitd D~ean have,' eacht hlad onte made on
Miss Genie Alken visitedl in Lau1
rens Friday ntight. Saturday night.
and~ Sunday, site visited Miss Garrett,
tile Lisbont teacher nt thte htospttable
homne of Mr. and Mrs. Athens Ballow.
Mr. IH. Jud Langston had an attack
of Grippe hut Ito is now utp and a'hout.
The Forty Year Test.
An article must htave exceptional
merit to suirvivo for a period of forty
years. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
was first offered to theo pubhlic in 1872.
From a small beginning it has grown
in favor and popularity until it has
attained a world wide reputation. You
will findl nothing bettor for a cough or
cold. Try it and yout will utnderstandl
why It is a favorito after a period of
more thtant forty years. It not only
gives relief-it cures. For sale by all
# Cotton. Requires %
Are tho ori'ina fish ferilizers
Fertilizer ammoniated with FJ" ish-Scrap is!universally
? admitted to be the plant food best suited to the cot
This is not a theory, but a fact proven by the experience of many.
The popularity of Royster's, the original and genuine fish-scrap
fertilizer has caused a host of brands to appear with fish in the
name: if you want to be sure of getting fish in the goods as well,
be sure to buy the brand that made fish-scrap famous; F. S. R.
If you are not already acquainted with the splendid results from
ROYSTER'S fish-scrap fertilizer, we simply ask that you test it
alongside any other brand and abide by the proven results.
F. S. ROYSTER GU.ANO CO.
Norfolk, Va. Baltimore, Md. Charlotte, N. C\ ,"Iarboro, N. C.
Spartanburg, S. C. Columbia, S. C. Macon, Ga. Columbus, Ga.
"Buy It Because It's a Studebaker"
THE STUDEBAKER SIX is the lowest ~i;1!:~e
priced "SIX" built. 1 rcs.0.BDtri
Yet "Studebaker" stands--and has always sto( d
for extraordinary efficiency.
Studebaker manufacturing methods furnish the
answer. Eetial tre
We shall make more SIXES for 1914 than ie Eetial ihe
combined factories of America made for 1913.
And we manufacture every essential part i batSenPasgr
goes into the Studebaker Six.
That is why the Studebaker SIX--unequaled '
either in beauty or efficiency--costs you less by
hundreds of dollars than any other "Six" even up- $ A5 7 5
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