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Before Baby Arrives
Turing several weeks of expectancy
There Is a splendid external enbrocation
in our "Mother's
Friend" in which
thousands of women
have the most un
They have used It
I and know. They tell
of Its wonderful in
fluence to easo the
and how they avoid
ed those dreaded
%tretehing pains that are so much talked
about Tli safe external application is
gently used over the skin to render it
amenable to the natural stretching which
It undergoes. ''le myriad of nerve
threads just beinvath the skin is thus
relnev.sI of i1atlecessary pali -producing
causes uti gri-at. physical reie(f is the
result ais vxpretsed by a host of happy
ntiolli'i's w\itt writt fr in exi eii ne',
it Is a sttltjtet that. till womcn should
he faranilijair with as "'.\iothir's l'ieid"
has o 1 in t1io itin y ears, a1id is rect-m.
Inollde4t4 bly gi.ttdIllot1it' Wh) III h e r . r
liter i',al s lIe tanil to rely uplii this sileudid
itIIlt i p V.-kllit'll.
You enit obtain "M.other's Frilnd" at
altiost any drug storo.. Get a bottle
to-day and then write for our little book
tjo uslful too exieotant rnothers.
Address ltraditild Regilatur Co., 312
I.anar JIhlg., Atlanta. Ga,
DR. CLIFTON JONES
OMfI. in Simmons Building
P0: O1 -e N o., 8ti: Residence 2111
Most Skin Trouble
The Active Principle of a
Famous Remedy Works
3iany~ pele hav t* imartvelt'.i th way
1M. S. S. e~ i ot'4 N n talbe. ''i
plllintilonl k Hit, 1il11. 1; Unt S. S. S.Wrk
illtfi t, Ilo d :t al 1 theh t s. r a I t
:Intri-:itt :,.ndl extravrdinary lans tit arI r s
\114 1hv -ll y sie':.i, r al;/e t a h i
and it 'la1h hn.na h aire' m a of n
nel Iworlo' f illy hbacalA tees y t e|o ill
'i'here nro wilderful ieinal protpt
In N.S. t.t~ l l.l i th. cosir11se 4'f thl
bloodi si t nl is j isi :1; nat iillt y .its th 111411
ntourishing fito elemnts.
1I is a l'e il ti teitat~ bl ta lt ' i mett ly. ||
410111n1111s t-1n1 iH r tl Illt. e, e iv u'
of whillt is lto siliaitthit tii ssttes to th
llenit by s l !tilt t l it. wl esseniul liirh
Ilwl t I . \ i f~il e ~ Illeilivillai ei len is tof th1i.1
Ima tcle4ss blo0od( pur11illb-r nr ju ta ssn
'tial tipobwell-bonaticed4 h4-en1ih as the ir
tiouls elemtents of fte ments, grntins. fatis
and sugars of our dilIy food.
Not nie drop tf inineial s or drigs Is uset
In its 'ptprtitn. Ask for K. K. S. and1t1
just Insist Ilon iinving it. .\nd if I otl y i'
sire skillful ntdvice aid coinisel upou any
matter conterning it blood mnd skInt. writi
to fihe Medien OI patenilt, 'h SwTIf
Specific t'o., 529 Swift Blldg., Atlanta. Ga.
Do not allow some venlouios clerk's "lo
quence over something "just .s good" its
S. M. S. to fool you with t'he "sinm e ol
mineral drugs. fBeware of all substitut's
jIsist upon S. S. S.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Batik Building
Laurens, S. C.
On Land, Sea and Air
Prepare to feed yourself and
Now is Time to Sow Grain.
Come to the Big Store and buy
Red Rurst Proof Seed Oats, and
Winter Seed R ye, and Crimson
Clover Seed and Winter Barley.
Price on Crimson Clover Seed
reduced from I5cts to r2%cts
Cotton Seed Meal delivered
anywhere with in the city limits.
Talk to the '"Big Chief"' and
trade with the llovs.
Big stock of FieshiV ll'r on
The Big Store is openi dI uring
LA l'H 13 (2
J TATW6 LAUJr SOUT
ann, me -write rrotn or tihe watrr bl-b
(Chapter XXXI Continued.) bling and chuckling down over their
A little later Valiant climbed the rounded outlines to the shrouded level
sloping driveway of Damory court. It below. The moon lifted finally and
seemed to stare at him from a thou- soared through the sky, blowing out
sand reproachful eyes. The bachelor the little lamps of stars. Under Its
red squirrel f66'nis t ight a gossamer ist robed the land
looked down at him askance. The scaPe in a shimmering opnlescence,
redbirds, flashing through the hedges, it which tree and shrub altered their
fluttered disconsolately. Fire-Cracker, "aluies and became transmitted to sil
the peacock, was shrieking from the ver sentinels, watcing over a do
upper lawn and the strident discord nesne of violet-velvet shadows flled
seeimed to mock his mood. with sleepy twltterings avd stealthy
The great house had become home ruitliigs aid the odor of wild honey
to hii; he told himself that lie would suckle.
make no other. The few things he had At the last he stood before the 01(
brought-his books and trophies-had suim(lal, rearing its column from its
grown to be a part of it, and they pearly clusters of blossoms. "I count
should remain. The ax should not be no hours but the happy ones:" he read
laid to the walnut grove. As his fa- the Insciiption with an Indrawn
ther had done, he would leave behind breath. Then, groping at Its base, ho
him the life he had lived there, and te d re p th tane again
the old court should be once more over t n disk. tlls ari
closed and deserted. Uncle Jefferson den'
and Aunt Daphne might live on in the
cabin back of the kitchens. There in tle library, an hour later, sitting
was pasturage for the liorse and the at the big black pigeonholed desk, he
cows and for old Sukey, and some wrote to Shirley
acres had already been cleared for " am leaving tonight on the nild
planting. And there would be the night train. Uncle .efferson Will give
swans, the ducks and chickens, the y this note in the morning. I will
peafwl ad (ie ili.not stay at Damory cour-t to bring
peafowl and thie fishi. mr anit orlf.Ia on
A letter had comne to him that morn- more far lway . I am go
ing. 'le corporation had resuined fai-a ndsti all y
business witi credit unimpaired. Pub- a e n , yg
.(Uo l keep you! I love you and I shiall
lie opinlionl was mlore thlan renl
lieoii iiio wa mmote Iliai i-ltidlylove you always, uuhiNays!"
now. A place waited for him there,
and oll , ao lded lioinor, inl a. COceII (o it 'oiilic
I hat had rigorously cleanised itself and
already looked forward to a new ca-I
r-or of prosprity. But he thought of
Ias eow with wmo rrinio. tewae t e
110 loniger called. 'i e were still NeII~ Seln and chucklin 2lidown oeitifri
wide upeoiiel spareos soneouwlltn t Sto nie4hoded1lev.
were at iia' 1hand(1 tad brain were 0 ithoug the lI. 'Io 'exi o
less ieudedl. and Othere wats w-orki there I ldiittia le lamso s Ia. di its ,,I
that would help himi to ibear, if no for- 1111 .Sso nlext Miday. mlst -rt li
get. scp n iaf simeing opalescnce
Ho paced up 1 (1d dow nn I lie porch wiht is tr e i a d sh r s. t t r
der- til- gr2eat gray- colutiuas. hIs Steps. st~i~U~7iioa-i-s i..
s5pirim14-u4l and lugging. Thle Virginia wale ill anist wibcm tra nsitte toil-a
Creiler. trailitng ovet- its iid, wa'e tli s Yo-Ve . 8en til chnIs t: ov a1" de
to and~ fio 'withl a Sounic lime a tcigh.- t~e- Te i, its ial btsii yl
]low loll would it be before tlme lawnl \v()F!(l;vl- I.Vli-V oi i l-r we-li ill 1)1 c t )
was one moe1-v uikeilipt atid c-aggli ? t)Iti 10ms . f 1 ioltle s ish s fll
1 leoi-e boi-dock andi till st i-, iuuvili de-r ti sle titt-s in te So nd sarh
anru Stngaisn-dtrle woo fewudrn t
sAtot the clovei-? t fefore raetorh Il
Coil t, oil Whli (1 lit- 1had( Spa PO I ]i Iuc !-opal c-li mre Ii. S nl t iac-lies; tlii (C0ti -
lovintig ha boi-, w-oul(1 lie ag;in as it 11' l r e nles, is c ivi llo it
that aftemoon wien lie had rattled tiI isi till-o an
thither on Uncle boefferson's crazy
hack? fhefore there would be for tim,
In soine far-away corner of the world,
only Wishitdg-houise and the Never
I the hall lie stood a moment be-st
fore the fireplace, his eyes on Its
was lficw a spear-thrust. rte began to
wander restlessly through the house,
up and down, like a prowling animal.
The dining-room looked austere and
chill-yonly tne little lady In hoops and
love-curls nho had been his great-t
grandmother smiled wistfully down u
deeodekethayouhat lfveeyourand's thag
th1is enwd wtohng throuh oldhih
Deoil-one en-led. cloer wee tl'l
ofwIse inhond, spaed sarcwhere
Thereliaumans ofand andbrain wern
losseneededtand threwasr thereI~iatc
ltth would hlighito pier, the nollfor.
Heom glintipn frown tie pogres in
dthme grtet gray covmn, a stps
tpitmy ssiini d aging.h prism ofrgine
Hoc'wenot wuldais it hoe teroslawnn--nluig o
wonemoreiunkemow and amgghisd?
hndoem-rdc a nPlihd thir-l ck or--ugtlakeinO
-o andi paih-ine it word fraeturn t
stherll to Ther ili foreu withory
in glasscases, udrprintsin brigh
here to, an stod smenimesntteK lg s n Titu teilbeis inau
thrmeshossionforxtlielondrny. Thd whnt
Thouh hererdor eoud s ro3 o . botles. ATrs 1 N.5\t
pachsacequltwthlitlWauae NSTEADl OFis wi2hthc.echn
of orange'iandi redsand greentituothh
on hegrondlokin u athe w t ostnio The inthant wh isldn
tamineekedfirdustroously abouththir k in is
cort, lons wh"Tehdspn sc oraturuht. Thikes andcm
that afenowen hed rhad ayle tionn thie anufacturavr
ha0k? oofore ther hold to all hem, n--3o.btlenwlcn
Mirn soe-wyoner of-s cme! tedoorldfrcr5 otl
sonlyc W seng-Hos' Jond the Nert
evober leLand?'iee t'ti
d n the hall hle stood iah moment) be- \ r'l
was lie' li clpeartrst.ed Mars Jo
The' se diing-roo utokedto ate and
ci'llenl te Mitlardy Jon liep gn
te-curt hho had bmeen ht.'is leat
gurandmother smIIild rwisuldon
bonete e'nOfmisctheo' e
pikron ohe ilt ramen abves honsdol
It-ad it tilllfbr ark ad eacoe NW folyBTL
thate Valan tad oofb toesterday'ra- 'elu i
De.il-oved daing bostner the stash
ofgh Heat ing hourunde r theon
Teola ttersofn the larer wereGe ofD u gs
great chandeller. You
BUY A WOOLTEX SUIT
The graceful ripple effect is a charming fashion
feature in Wooltex Coats and Suits for - Autumn
There is an easy freedom about the new Wooltex garments
for which women will be highly grateful this season, and the effect
of the superbly tailored, but apparently loose hanging folds, gives
wonderful character to the garments.
And it is only because of the ex- tudes of styles from which to select,
pert and careful tailoring that is and it is a very definite pleasure to
given to Wooltex garments that this spend an hour looking through the
delightful effect can be produced in new collections of Wooltex gar
coats and suits that fit so perfectly ments.
as do these. With all their excellence, refine
Of course there are more conser- ment and correctness of style, the
vative models and there are multi- prices are exceedingly moderate.
We shall be glad to show you the new Wooltex
Coats, Suits and Skirts, at your convenience, whether
you are ready to make your Fall purchases or not.
Prices $20.00, $25.00 and $35.00
These Suits $10, $12.50 and $15.00
The Store That Sells Wooltex
Coats Suits Skirts
Early Arrivals of Fall Goods!
Our buyers have just returned from the Northern Markets
where thep selected a well assorted stock of early seasonable
Merchandise. We realize the condition of the COTON SITUA
TION and have bought Merchandise that we will be able to offer
you at prices in line with the Low Price of Cotton. While the
European situation has caused an advanace in mnany lines, we
were practically covered on most of these, having booked ahead,
and our prices will be without any advance. Realizing the pres
ent condition we have marked everything at tiie lowest possible.
figure and must ask CASH for all purchases.
HELP US AND WE WILL HELP YOU
We have received several shipments of Women's Suits aud
are offering for your selection New Nobby Suits from $9.95 up.
New Fall Dresses arriving. Popular priced.
New Fall Suitings in Wool and Cotton 25cts, 50cts, 65ct* per
yard. Better goods and better values.
NEW GOODS OLD PRICES
LAURENS' BEST STORE
Miss Bertha Hinshaw Davis-Roper Company's new Milliner will arrive tc
day. -Miss Hinshaw comes highly recommended and we feel sure she will
please our friends and customers.