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Baby of Future
MVtueh titought has been given in latz
ears to the subject ' of nuternity. In
the e-ties there are
etuipped with mod
ernlI methods. ulit
iuost women prefer
their own homes and
in the toweo and vil
aLsces ruust prefer
them. And since
this Is true we know
: rom the great Inany
splendid letters writ
tell on the subject that our "Mother's
-riend" In a great help to expectant
inothers. They wvrito of the wonderful
,elief. how it seemIied to allow the
inuseles to expand without undue strain
and What nt splendii inilutiece it Wits On
the nervous system. 81u0hi helps as
'"lother's 1i-itnt" and t tt boadr
knowle'dge of themII shouhtld have I. hepIIfuI
lI tluenc tivn li has )It4 of t h future.
III a little book for suih Women thest
')1int1 ale Ilnore tlmrolighily brought out
anud 't toly will it, malvlitd to anyone who
will tti ts th-ir itmao iml ulddress.
"Ntither's -'rb'nm" Is Sohl in all drug
t;tor 11ia4 hihtciy recOnune'id for Its
tlimely w:efuilness.i its5 Nafeness- andf tho
reil he-Ip it affords. Ask for it at the
tlore : ritlo us for the book. Brnd
field l4evulatur Cu,, Wi1 Lanmar Bldg.,
D1l. CLIFTON JONES
Ottice in Simmons Building
P a m : 1) fi e N,. 8q; Rosidmnce 219
EnIt~erprise.1unk Upailing. P lhone 22
Jn10. W. Ferguson C. G. Fetherioli
W. B. Knight
VER4USON, FIAIiRSTONE & KNIRi11n
Atorneys at I.aw
Lauireis, S. C.
Pro not an i C.-eltl attention givei
Olifleover Plnnit.o Bank.
Is Common Trouble
Should Be Treated in Blood
To Prevent Recurrence.
There rI ;o snvessful arl les thi t top
uoreiess ii Oith thrionti til to prtvent tir
linceAssanr r-eturn-, the blooll mst; bII putI n
order. The best remedy is 8. 8. 8.. ts it
flthiences nill th filllitins t he mi o4ly to
neutralize the sirits or wahsi-u produiicts-4
and to stimuiblte their vxertilon thirough.
the prope Ichanne1ls.
Rhum iesre throat 14 a dangerous
indlention In It 1mal nts tihit t the blood Is
londed with imre irle nehI than tlt kid
neys n n ex-cret. 11ndt1 11:1 V I 1111m t lenItd to
tierious general distuorianie.'
The action of 8. 8. 8. stin ',tes ceitlar
Wetivity. It prevents the j, .utlation of
irritants in lorni spot. tnables the
arteries to supply quickly tile new red
blood to replace worn-out tissie.
For this reason urle neld thit finds the
throat an easy prey to its biretking-down
influence, Is senitered anid ttlimiinatedm. In
other words, 8. 8. 8. pmrevents clronle con
ditions by enabing ill the mos linings
of the biody to secrete healthy itius. Its
Influence Is shown in it marked imprnve
ment of fite bronchla tulwim. whereby l
hitiskiness tf vmtilie with thilk, griylsh ex
ppetoration Is tmvercome. 8. 8. 8.. well
d1iuted wi Ith wateIr, tlmenniS a lomdm hath, Ii
uinee~t It ia welmiie Ii any st mnehl andti at
once gmeIs into the bmlommd.
H. 8. 8. Is free of? ill minerals andi ton
tains tngriemntis wmoutderfiully coulveit to
avellI-banlaintced lhealth .
You 1-nil gm-et mit atany druic store. but doi
not ntecep't any3thiung else-. 'ThiermI li dnge-r
In subsmtIittes. 8. 8. 8. Ia piretpauri-i mmlIv biy
The 8wlft Spee-ltle Co., 5:28 8Swift liilg.,
Atla nta, 4 n. Ouimr 3Meientm- IDeptli. wmilt giv
you fre-i lnst rum-cmtiont by11 mai o any submjet
of btted inisorderis. Wriite today.
Dr. T. L.. Timmermain
People's Baink IBuilding
[Laurens, S. C. '
CHICHESTER S PILLS
Tilit DEA ~littHANi,.
It i. edtle- A Mk your Iirig for
l 'lla ini Red amid Gldul utamle c7
TeL lRAih N. flu or1..M for
, ears knimenas est, Safesi. Aiwerit male
Sf1 D RY DRUI.WeSTS FVFRYWIERE
LAI UKENS DRUTG 00.
and kindred disorders by the
only right method, external
application. Internal medi
ci nes will not affect skin
troubles. The objection to
external remediets always has
* been their tendency to stain the
clothing. Aind atny of them havec
been found wtor-thless at? that. /Wi
guaranterd rmem/y -will not1 stain!
Ex -Zema - Fo
is at on1ce in enmllient im~d a couniter
irritant, <muicikly' amd surt-It eradi
eing thicemmaue mf -lilea andi
ot hetr s kin t roiules, andl perima
hot t ic comesi a pot~sitv gtuarant ee tof.
meoney backL, if Ex-Zema-Fo dimes
Snot doi what is claimedc~ for it. It i
thei only Fe-emia remedcty stomd tinder
a guatraitee. Pmrimce 500 and $1 per
LAI URENS DRIU CO.
81secIfy No. (18.
(Chapter XXXI Continued.)
The doctor went swiftly to the door
and beckoned to Jereboam. "Come in
now, Jerry," he said in a low voice,
The old negro fell on his knees by
the couch. "NMfrs' Monty!" he cried.
"i4 you' gwino away en leabe ol' Jer
ry? Is vo'? Aars'?"
The cracked but loving voice struck
across the void of the failing sense.
For a last time the najor opened his
"Terry, you --black scoundrel!" he
whispered, and Shirley felt his head
grow heavier on her arm. "I reckon it's
-about time-to me going-home!"
The grim posse that gathered in
haste that afternoon did not ride far.
Its work had been singularly well
done. It brought baek to Daior3
court, however, a N;iit( bulldog whost
broken ) -g ma1i de iII-- would-he joyfi.
bark trail into a sd wihinpo.r as h i;
owner took hita ,.v v&l'ain i; armi.l.
Next day the major was carried to
his final rest in the myrtled shadow of
St. Andrew's. At the service the old
church was crowded to its doors.
Valiait occupied a humble place at
one side---the others, he knew, were
older friends thani he. The light of the
late afternoon caine dimly in through
the stalned-glass windows -and seemed
to clothe with subtle colors the voico
of the rector as he read the solemn
service. The responses came broken
ly, and their were tears on many faces.
Valiant could see the side-face of
the doctor, its saturnine grimness
*trangely moved, and beyond him,
Shirley and her mother. Many glanced
at them, for the major's will had been
opeled that morning and few there
had been surprised to learn that, save
for a life-annuity for old Jereboam,
he had left everyth ing he possessed
to Shirley. 'Aliss Mattle Sue was be
sido them, and between, wan with
weeping, sat Iliekey Snyder. Shirley's
arm lay shelteringly about the small
shoulders as If it would stay the pas
sioja of grief that froam time to time
'l'ho evening before had been further
darkened by the child's disappearance
He Went Upstairs, Into the Bedroom,
One by One.
andl Miss Mlattle Sue had sat through
half the night in tearful anxiety. It
was Valiant who had solved the riddle.
In her first wild compunction, Ilickey
had gasped out the story of her meet,
lng with Greef King, his threat anid
'her own terrorized silence, and when
he heard of this he had guessed her
whereabouts, Hie had found her at
the Dome, In the deserted cabin from
which on a snowy night sIx years ago,
Shirley had rescued her. She had fled
there in her shabbiest dress, her toys
and trinkets left behind, taking with
her only a string of blue glass beads
that had been Shirley's last Christmas
"Let me stay!" she had wailed. "I'm.
not fit to live down there! It's all my
fault that it happened. I was a coward.
I ought to stay here in Hell's-Half-Acre
forever and ever!" Valiant had car.
ried her back in his arms down the
mountain-she had been too spent to
He thought of this now as he saw
that arm about the child in that pro.
tective, almost motherly gesture. II
made his own heartache more unbear
able. Such a little time ago he had
felt that arm about him!
Hie leaned his hot head against the*
cool plastered wall, trying to keep his
ind~ on the solemn reading. lBut Shirs
Icy's voice and laugh seemned to be
ruinining eerily through the chanting
lines, andl heri face shut out p~ulpit and
lectern, It swept over him suddi~enly
that each abominable hour could but
make the situnation more impossible
for' them both. lie had seen her ne
she enteredl the church, had thought
her' even paler than in the wood, the
bluish shadows dleeper undler her eyes..
'Those dlelicate charms were in eclipse.
And it was he who was to bla me!
It came to him wvith a stab of en
lightenment, H~e had been thinking
only of himself all the while. But for
her, it wna his nrnsnncn that bna non,
becomo the unbearable tning. A eow
sweat broke on his forehead. "
for I am a stranger with thee, and a
sojourner; as all my fathers were. 0
sparo me a little, that I may recover
my strength before I go hence. . . .*"
The intoning voice fell dully on his
To go away! To pass out of her
life, to a future empty of her? How
could he do that? When he had part
;ed from her in the rain ho had felt a
frenzy of obstinaby. It had seemed so
clear that the barrier must in the end
yield before their love. le had never
:thought of surrender. Now he told
himself that flight was all that was
left him. She-her liappiness-noth.
Ing else mattered. Damory court and
its future-the plans he had Inade-the
Valiant name-in that clarifying in.
stant he knew that all these, from that
May day on the lied road, had clung
about her. She had been the inspira
tion of all.
"Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling
The voices of the utnvested choir
rose clearly and some one at his side
was whispering that this had- been the
major's favorite hymn. But he
When the servien was ended the
people filled the big yard while the
last reverent words were spoken at the
gra.ve. Valiant. stainding with the rest.
saw 10hi rley. with her mother and the
doctor, out ol he g',t e. Sh' was
not looluitg toward hita. A Rail\ was
before his. ys as th u. drvov away,
an11d (lie isioni of hutr 11m::;Ined wav'er.
ing an1d in1distinet1---. a KO 11:de ~ blred .
und1+'r shiniig haiJr.
Ile rea1lized kl( r :I ! 10 th t the,
yard wa-: emlpty a aa :
locking the hinh .-. !' va
slowly to tha t . ......I.
soi One spoke to h1m. It was Chis
holmn Lusk. They had not imet since
the night of the bali. Even in his Own
preoceu pation, Valiant noted that
lulsk's face veeied( to have lost its
exuberant youthfulness. It was worn
as if with sleeplessness, and had a
look of suffering that touched him.
And all at once, while they stood look
Ing at each other, Valiant knew what
the other had waited to say.
"I won't beat about the bush," said
LIsk stanmmering. "I've got to ask
you something. I reckon you've
guessod that I-that Shirley-"
Valiant touched the young fellow's
arim. "Yes," lie said, "I think I know."
"It's no new thing, with me," said
the other hoarsely. "It's been three
years. The night of the ball, I thought
perhaps that-I don't mean to ask
what you might have a right to resent
-but I must find out. Is there any
reason why I shouldn't try my luck?"
Valiant shook his head. "No," lie
said heavily, "there is no reason."
The boyish look sprang back to
Lusk's face. le drew a long breath.
"Why, then I will," he said. "I-I'm
sorry if I hurt you. Hleaven knows I
didn't want to!"
lHe grasped the other's hand with a
man's heartiness and went up the road
with a swinging stride; and Valiant
stood watching him go, with his hands
tight-clenched at his eide.
(To lBe Continued.)
Editor The Advert iser:
I ask your indulgence to thiank then
goodt tpeopile of 'Lturen(hs tor' the splen
(lid (edor'semet' of' Iast 'Tu.esday. (Com..
lng as it dlid afteri ai someitwhat ('xtendl
ed tetin of' seriv Ice it plac es mie unid eri
reneiiwed( oh]ligations11 wIelb ('all for
r''tenwe effort to '.iee't.
Wh'lile joining fr'iendls ini somei ela-.
tion1 at success, I shall not lose coni
sideration for those who felt it theIr
dutly to support a worthy compietitor.
Against those who opposed me I feel
no resentment and I shall always
strive to do my duty to all.
6-1 t-pd 0. (1. Thompson.
Mother of Eighteen Children.
"I am the mother of eighteen cliii
dren stnd have the praise of doing more
work than any young woman in miy
town," writes Mrs. C. .J. Martin, Boone
Mfill, Va. "I suffered for five years
with stomaoeji trouble and could nol,
eat as~ muchi as a biscuit without suf
fer-ing. I have ta eni three bottles of
(Chamber-lain's Ti3 lets and am now a
w..ell womniant I weigh 168 1)ounds. I
('nn eat ainy thit g I want to, and as
much as I w..atA and feel better lhan
I have t any tine in ten years. I re
fer to any one in Boone Mill or vicini
ly and they will vouch for what I
iay.' ('hamberlain's Tiablets ale for
salt' by all (elerlos.
hliheiiumfism P'ains Stopped.
Tile first application of S'loan's Lain
imlenit got's right to the painful part -
the rhi(ei~uti(c Italin arounrd the joints
and gives rl'(lie't'indt com foi. D on 't
suffer! Get. a bottlIA today! IL is a famn
11iul edl(i(n for bI I pains, hurts, bitius
es, ents, sore t 'font, neur'algia and
chest plains. P' 'even ts in fecution. Ai.~l
C'has. 1i. WVentworth, of California.
writes: "it did( wondlers for my)3 theu
inatism, pain is gone as soon as I ap
ply3 it.. I recoin nenfded It to mey ft lendls
as the best liniment -l ever used.
Guaranteed. 25e at your druggist.
A Card of Thanks
To The Voters of Laurens County:
Knowing that I can not see each and every one
who voted for me personally, I am taking this means
to thank my friends for the support they gave me in
the race for the House of Representatives. I do ap
preciate very highly the vote given me on August4
25th. By this vote you have placed me in the second
race, and to win I must count on the support and in
fluence of my friends. I again promise if elected to
4 represent all the people, and to give the best that is
in me to the upbuilding of our state and county.
Your support and influence in the second race
will be greatly appreciated by me.
& WILSON W. HARRIS
Clinton, South Carolina. V
Choice Real Estate for Sale!
84 acres known as the Jones land 20 acres of land Inside Incorporate 25 acres of land knon U. R.
liounided by lands of L. Z. Wilston and limits or city of Laurens, with six 's home, bounded by lands of S.
W. Z. Bali with 7-room cottage, good room cotage,threeroon house and H. Burton, E. It. i lld Mr8.
outbildng, or 2,60. H saLeeCraddlock. This is a1 icauti,.
tenant house, good barns and out- Two store rooms, at Watts Mill fill 1101) at Narnic, station on c. &.
buildings. Price $50.00 per acre, 1-4 fronting 50 feet and G0 fcet deci. Price W. C. railroad, 5 miles from Laurene,
cash, balance, 1, 2 and 3 years. $450. This home 'as built and iniroved in
2 ares moe o lssin ownof3-4 acre of land, bounded by Jeff 1913. Price $2,750. Why not buy this
2Sexton, Will Blakeley, and others on today?
C. B. Taylor farm. bounded by lands Mock Street, in city of Lhurens; has 41 1-2 acres, known as M. 11. Buraw'
of Charlie Irby, Rush Powers, Russell six room dwelling, fer the small sum home, bounded by A. 1. Bua'nti, S. j.
Pattison, with d0welling and out- Of $900. 'Burns and Jim Nabors. acrec $1,odr.
buildings. Price $4,900. All cash. 3-4 acre more or less, kn. wa as A' 15 acres, more or less, knowni as the&
. Burns home, In the city of Laures 11. L. McSwain home place in Cross
2 acres, ore or less, in town of br unded by Boyd Sexton, Gco. Garett 1111, with a beautiful 8-roo cottage
Simpsonville, Greenville county, anid fronting on North arper s eet, See me for prices.
knowvn as 3. 11. Goodwin's house and with seven room dwelling, oii ibuild- 1 1-4 acres with six-room dwelhing,
lot and bounded by D~r. Howard and Ing and fine well of wvater. Tb h~ home two barnp, and other Outbuildings at
wog s been recently built in ao loca- the Watts Mill. Price $,8)0.00.
J. A. rodd. tion andf canae beboughtorting 50 fetand 88 acrsot . Pr i
nicey loated Prce $500.All3a-h third ofsh landei natohm, bounded by Jef.filias
10 cre oflan nel' wins. patSexaon, CWilteBlakeley, and others onra
by . M.Owins anl lad ofMa Mocki TStreet,'inacfty offLaurens; has
U. Willis. $100si ropmrwealre. f ' tthe smavltlo esum t hejie~
Olac cre o lan and -roomdwel- ~ \' (5 ae of an e nown 1 u at O. R.
('oiaai ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ od' hm, bounded by lands of .1 .S.lsace fln ouddb ul,
a 111 .. 11 Owiags has fne brnfine11 w ru nn iE. 1 f.'Tranha and rs.t
wellwale andtaak~ i :iu ~ads o losa Le Cradok. Ts th i ad beau
Ua'a~ Cona-Owilas Ilisti l~l'. i~'ifld hom lat arie, st'loat i of&
5(10 acreshoae was ba'oadandlimproved'in
U rayCour. to ~lnfrd, wll le sl~- ~ "~' 191Als lotc $2,750.i this lot buy thics
divided ino fl0-41ae1l2tacanesoldnonnita$50.00Pea'Bacre
1171-mae bounded by a Buns if C.
ofs e'15 SeIceal' ads ' $900.' -Burns ,and.Jim Nars. andice $1,660.
bildngs P ce$,0.Al as. 34acremoreoorllesstn. wnaas Ahi1 crbeestatoeo lass nown as heln,
land, boi.lidurbs tomelain ofelicitelof gooens H.LatMciwaingan homenplae di ins
2 aces, re o les, i tow ofb uned b Boy SetonGeo.Ga e1 hi t a te o bea tif lU-r om cottae.
Eldgmaponvers Greenille county, and' $60.00n ot Iape ete me fr acre.
new asl' of lan Gowihn' ousonm ih ee omwlig cot-u Martin homacesteadh sitx-rc~Oom he'~n
tand bouded by lad.Hwr n n n iewl of water.i Th way barn anord otbuidingurt.
lame andsMrs.n3recenDly'roh.tPrice Tola s thiWs oneifl.h Prines loatin0.00
n$e2, lcae.5r0e02000A0 h.thr ca ,ba ne i on nd thoe, ape ar nown th count. cls t'
40 acres of land. nrowng as part of b * prieesdtermsmdfay e a'eie Mc$40cpe acrte. a
the .\rtin R.Gidllesa, bounded ymPal fyuwn hspoet. 2aries more5 oer les.nw a .T
bynd o . M. wigsan and of\rs. ia1. 4arsofln nwna .E Tyorse paea boed orth baz'ain
G.Wills. Pie$0 per acre. wPatnhmatWtsilithat oh t her stetyatsMlsoprty he.
with ar yo an fineoel o wat toi
odne adigtcree tain 2 ce of landandno-womadwela.t oftisosligof alroead inallmed upratce $3y
ile of the grity ltown ,of G~arays thers,.., Phoneead 100
Porice $600.e byounded of J. W. Weeek, 50.mth 6 acres of land moned lessknow
ord .ess, Oknown hsfnbasrn, edesnadotes a asnehe -.J afr adluddb
w218 waresre dwankinn3nd outuilingCofeieGrtee lands o n 0. artt, i Pns to
0.ray Cutr-omeg bondedtute Wr- chool and jhrchkda'ic
nor ree, M.Ii.huntr, . 3.I~im- are 35 pr dte and. othears Price $.0 ere
ing adors, nithsi room ledwell 541-rome, acre. heG
iegand furms e tent hesy n ~ecur 1 6,acekon17-r.Abr fiddl hoeace bounde by aof
bave.rg ic$900.A.'rsombuddbySmBrs Bso, . P. Gare and thle brh
51 12 aces kown s th Halntan Bun crombReostatt. aemngedweThis
17an, bofunded ntea ras n-isancpeeo oforterncely oodrs outiced$37., per far.ads
Iedg land othrs 'Porice, William per( anthe m~vnets ha 40igh cest state or cletivaton Pa
lacre.n an$5hrs0.00 oop~n a 'ier acre.3.DGayonhebuddyJ M
Oearem of wlln wit -rold 'ery ' t- arsmreo os as Arsrog -2 acre Aknow nte Reban
low. thundedtbywindgsoflace, boudel- hWPicehway teadsrune ote
l so andhre . J.i . l otsoh. Prile Th 'lc C.h.Mri ad ohr. oi as ofhad vto - Gry cot.
Wat$ ilwill2.500eakby ~eln ndoie'oubidns 00 ag boned by land fiet Iocatios Ri.
-hap -e ofrpie sth i'pryo s Jaeheins upe par of m the co ny ls
th- eMat'sn Riddle oaeste kbone ay ble pice an terme- ade easy. Se( ile maore. Price $. pe ac'are,
lands o . M. lak dleebo andl rs . dat eay iyuantehtis propertya. 23 acres, more or less,h ow a a.T
Oing'las. Pric $40 erd acd re. ta 1(3- acres aorf0 lesd known as hW. Tayolor's place, biond~ed by NortHar.
'andac sott(' bounde by T(Ol ('i L ak e hPice $2,700s o.00 nade P.i t barnt andI delwlb of at 'ter ,g
ro(1 iadlid ing ityade sat ion; 1- a res of. land knon an s ath , fri i gnct'ith rria(waern w aork. t0e..
ilets ofthe ciat its of' Laurens- thea Mrs.t tAne, for$1,00 builte di . reai nsad.Pie $3,
Prhce Land0-nWounides T.Rhek GEa.Smth toSi3ou us