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A Hint for
7t a little book desigried for expcetant
1nothers inoro conilete instruction is
given iII the use of
This is ant external
emlbroe tilonl appliedl
to the abdominal
muscles for the pur
pose of reducing
the strain on liga
ments, cords and
It serves to ease
tle mind. Indirectly
has a most beneficial effect upon the
nervous systern and thousands of women
1have delightedly told how they were free
of nausea, had no morning sickness and
'went through the ordeal with most re
inarkable success. "Mother's Friend" has
ieen growing in popular favor for more
than forty ycars. III almost every con
mnunity are grandmothers who used it
themselves, their daughters have used it
und they certainly must know what a
blessing it is when they reconmend it
1o warmnly. It is used very successfully to
prevent caking of breasts.
"Mother's Friend" has been prepared in
the laboratory of Bradfield Regulator Co.,
304 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga., for more
than two generations and can be had of
almost any dr'uggist from coast to coast.
Write to-day fir the little Look.
WAR RAGES ON!
Arn't You Glad You
Come to the Big Store, Talk
to the "Big Chief" and
Trade with the Boys
Now Is th le ti lit' to sow gra in and
we hi 1 gp pot it to splt: Wood's lIe.
clelaned Lenp" Proltile a1ndil4Blue steni
Seed Wheatt, also cointy raised Seed
Western Ried 111st Proof Seed 01ab
and some from this county. Sow ('rimi.
son Clover, Winter liarley, Fall lye,
Hairy Vetch. Plant some Onion Sets
We have theill white or redI. Hog and141
Big stock of fresh Flourt at the pow.
est price, whict is going like hot enkes
Baggng and Ties to wrap the cotton
"oie iniore of that, good Green ('olev
10 pounds filt' one doklar.
Se'e Moor'e or 11uirlee.
J. H. SULLIVAN
Laurens, S. C.
CHANGES IN Sill-:1'DLES OF
CHEAIlLESTON & WESTEltN CAROM.
On account of present cond(ition,
And falling off in bsiiness, I Charlestoi
& Westerni ('1arona .,all 1ny ho 1-c
found it necessary to ma11ke the follow,
ing chaniig1res In their pa sseinger sched,
ules effectie September 20. 1911.
'Train No. 16 leaving A uigustal at 5:30
A. 3F, and Train No. 4I. airriving Ali
gusta 5:47 P. .1, will be discontinue.'
between Augusta an11d Allienidaile,
will ru n daily, except S uday, betweei
Trains Nos. 17 anid 48 ill be put or1
Sund1ay only, betweein Yemaiissee an114
Port Rloyal; No. 418 leaving Yemassee I
A. M., No. 47 leaving Port Royal1 1:i4
TPrains Nos. S and 6 hbetween Auigustet
and A nderson wilt be discontinu ted.
Traini No. 1 will leave Auiguista ali
10:35 A. M., instead of 11 A. M. mnak.
ing eloca*l stopls betwcen augusta an11d
Greenwo od, exenti Bonaiir. hetwee.,
Greenwood 1and4 Sparltanhuliirg, at ('oio.
nacc, Lauirens, arlnoree and14 WloodrutY
WHit cnneet at Mc('ormiek for Antder.
son, arr'ivinie A nderison 3:10 P. M,
Trinm No. 4 wIll leave Spar'tanhuiir.
2:20 P'. M., aiiiil inig A uigusta 7:15 P,
M. Wi1 'll t toodruN f, En toree, Lau..
rens, Waiter'loo. (Greenwood)14 and11 Iie'ni
stations from Gr4een wood to) Aulgustjt
TFr:- in .0. 6 IIill rien' Ie .A nder'isont 7 :20t
neeling with1 No. 2 for' Auiguista.
.Uixed Tr'ain No4. 22. daily1 ex'ept
Sunday11 will leav~e Ander 'isonH 1 :10 P.
M., arn iinei 3li'i irickk at 5:05 P. 31.,
connlec'ting nilthI No, I for' Augu~hsta.
Tiralini -o. 5 ii Ill lea ie ori'c k il
12:30 P. M., nrilint Anuderson :101
P'. V.. ('onn iectinlg w~ ith Trini No.I
Train No. 21. I I(4 mie tain, da111 e'x.
eept Sundaiy, niill !h'en ie 31c'(ormlehk
5:30 A. M.. ar'riing Ande4rsonl It) A. 21.
A uigtsta and14 A shei illt', s ia Spatan1.
burg and14 Sout hen'i,11 Railwy, onl TIrains
Nos. 1 n 114 wi Pe iscontiinuied af
ter Septembler 20th.
DRl. CLIFTON JONE~S
Inl thle Siimmionsg Hi'dinlg.
Phone: Oflhie No. 86: Rtesidence 219
THE DAh1OND BRAN,
yersoda elA ,ou tAmaa fea
LAURENS DRUG CO.
to Dereinea Evarjwham.
Russ'a's Steam Roter;
Well Equipped Armies
Enormous [n Numbers
4 WI LL go to Berlin if it takes my
lIst inoujik," Is the remark re.
cently attributed to Nicholas 11.,
czar of lussia, and certain it is
that this statement could not imply
more In the way of snerillee of sol
diers on the lips of any other of the
rulers of the earth. The resources of
the czar in asrmed ien are enormous
and have given rise to the expression,
"The stean roller campaign."
The mere numibers of the iussian
forces aire appalling, and they are,
iioreover, extremely well traitied and
well etiuiplied. The lesson taught by
the husso-Japaiese war has been well
driveni Ionie, aild if the artnies of the
ezar aie not now ready lor anything
iII tile way of dihliculties and distantices
to be overvotnie they prba1b1i lly iever
will 114'. Moleover, they are iniore than
ever i ef'otre Il spiretd Iy an intenase loy
allty *Itut 11ersoinal devotiont to their
chitf, and their r iall a ild politieal dif
fer'tellt s. O(it'e N O ilie s,1i 5 are in tile
present elinpaigil ilppirellly latgel.
pirtred it, the iih l' lid
As in liust of the other great na
tions; of* l'.uro'. iniltitary svice ill
ii tisll iN l011 soitllj l itsor iil: i i '
lost of thv Inn arof the o ofeas
'lant (r fa inr lihts +1!4,. for i us 'in is it
co nra ii iy of w h citins. and tlh
tillt' i llf t 1! il is the iii enter o her -
101111 f ji tr lil illi ib it ter s
'li v' ::I,' ". ens4'nts,
ilid ;11- l' o ud illiotly , v 411 ivrs; honiee
4ive (11o the- t1r'i y Nich hid s. Serv
ive, or, r U!! r. i :1 i' It s to service, 1 t
.ins 1at thet ;: If WC Ienty nd lakS
.Iislot coun ltli hCa1ve r ies. Itus
Si:t h :1 S b Iree -4..vaII-h :t 1 o c la .(( : rtfe elnio) Igh
to grIe. :u, odineary sized kingo.
They are1 known nis the Army f Eu
ropean lussin, the .\rnly of the Cafo
esus and tilh Arty of Asa. Eotah is
prttielly distinet frInom the ohers
aid ech has Slightly differelt term's
eat howeyvAer'icans ressli Asoiain.h
oflisIa~'t service fgn rallftspeaig
service lin the irsi ie o ti~hea force
andlfott'y ari tillt, and f'outyears in
other branches.i'r ivi x~t'ts's~inh
tith thei ftany lsack Itroos serv-1
ting thei houselt ofi lianof tl ifr
enti howe'ver. IThie li iti ein thie
Iouli t erIn iiorton oft: a -luspuin I us
sli, oluts Ilitsb gtiflitar tenure aii
tuun'tt ti atli'l toii teriche for tI id
everyis Cosac ofany t age enn hejlir enlsthtil
etl it. un Wit r till oft' nitti atiottpm i i
fill. Ihlie us tisf trnine tsstin
whereby of(Ili In' olnterin for hu oec oea
and I lt'in t heir aownIh~ Itl lxpens ennv'i
luomeic o ies o eev rop.ncs
fli thei obi'liathion. heCam
the515 lh-itisrmy of I-:urea l'luysi thet
furd corpsi' (11 grns, altigcorps and
ossalry iniclite t'wo itniutord <aesof
gurds b ri e ound oifteen litne ad
thens ot ef theownlrtiqalr dvsin
fiten~i arepraieys atahy ao the
voniiforIt nrnietirp and Iiu arle e fetom
of int few 'ntiroe nirutedua orse
boll, the ill If thne 'hree its
armit iofts reth forp ising toaat oi
briao evr and bftrres haeofn n
Tihey en rmst thmablf the au
penstrecnith of thre army orps,
czar atvtry ivstiondra brtiate if
1,200.000feson of alCans hestill ad
thenthero non-hrssetraillns. re
TusheAssuch an es nrou waylan
ton to dfew Tukomn htr rel wre
ptete stenth of te armues of th
czarat te mst mderae etimaeX i
1000o l ak.Tefl a
strength numers several I oe
Russa ha suc an normus ppula
ADVI('E To ('OLiOniED 1iA.'E. *
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Cdlt.or The Advertiser:
Our race is in constant search of
ucans with which to provide better
iomes, schools, colleges. and church
!s, and with which to pay debts. This
s especially true during the hard
Inancial conditions obtaining on ac
!ount of the European war. All of
his cannot be done at once, but great
rogress can be miade by a good strong
tull together, in a simple direct man
There are 1,400,000 colored families
vho live on farmis or in villages or
small towns. Of this number. at the
present time, 700,000 have no pigs. I
6vant to ask that each family raise at
east one pig this fall. Where one or
inore pigs are already owned, I want
to ask that each finmily raise one ad
[litional pig this fail.
As soon as possible, I want to ask
that tihis lolan, be followed by the or
an 11 izat lotin of a Il'ib (lilh iII every coi
muntit y where one does not already ex
ist. I want to ask that the matter be
taken up at on1ce through faili es,
,chools, churches and societies, Farm
ers' Ilistitutes. bilsiness leigies. ete
The average pig is valued at about
$5.I If each faiily adds oily one
ilg, in a ftw imioiths at the present
price for hogs, $1.11110 would be ded
to tl( weallhi of the(. ownier, 'ind and
$1 lIel..lm to the wetlil of tIle (01
ored people. It eaieli k1:n'ily adds t\wo
111-s. ,, would14 ha.ve inl a few m1oniths
$20.410 Moro- wealth and $:s,l000.000
wold bo 'added' w\-ilh which to prlomoj(te
ie w.elare of tie r e tdurili thel
Mloney sEni ey created by the 1
ropeani wa r,
Lbet ts iot 1itt it off, hilt organlize
,Ith cluts cverywhere. Give each boy
and girl an opportiity to own*Ii and
grow at least. ole pig.
Ilooke r 'T. Washingtont,
Truskegee Ilistitut.', Alaha ma,
October 10, 1111.
IF MEALS HIT BACK
AND STOMACH SOURS
us. Dysilepsl 1in und Stomilch 31iS.
ery In file .Miiniites.
If wiat you .lust ate is souring on
youtr stomiaelh or lies like a lump11 of
I0(ad. refu sing to digest or you helch
gas aint erm-metate soilr. ulndigested
food. or havo aII f eelinig of dizzi ness.
hearthi In, fullness. liauise:r. bad taste
inl m1tolih anilt stoimach headiae(i. yiou
(aIni get ,'ssd rei llf in tve miunuts.
Ask your dharnacist to shiow y(1ou
the formuit Ia, pliily iiut i edl on th s'
fir ty-conil Cases of alt 1 i's i>jagwisi a.
theni yott w-ill under4qstand( why dys
peptic tro lesf of all1 1-inds mum1s L'o
mnid whv ithey rlieve sour, olt-o r-01
der stomachs or idid:le'stiton ill tivi'
minuiites. "Pape's I iappsin'" is harm
less: tastes like emnd3., thotugh ach
dose wIiill digest and mpare f M as
simiation into the li 6od till the food
yott vat: besides. it takos yott go io
the table with abe;: by appetite: bill.
wha't, wIll plealse yo . -mlost. is 11h.1t youl
will feel that liyour toimach alndt inities
finies are eleai Iy fresh, anid you will
not need to resort to Ia xatives ori liv
er pills Cor b)illousness or const iipation.
Th'lis city will htave many' "Pape's
'D1ianepsin" cranks. as some -peole
will call them. but y'ouiliilibe enthus
iast Ic about this splendid stomachel lire
paration. too, IC y'ou ever* take it Cor'
i ndige'stion, gases, hinatiurn, sour-4
ness, dyspepsia, or any stomach mils
(let some now, this minute, and1( id
y'ourself Cof stomiachi t roublde antd indi
gest ion in fi'e miinuteCs.
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DII. ,IOIEN VlHE.sEY, *
lt'y Wmn. ID. S. *
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One lhundtiredi yeatrs ago, IDr. Crea sey
of (CamboIridlgt, S. C., had:: a very exteni
shve ira('tie in Abbilelt up ini 1l11
tenls. andon up t~ into Grieenille4 couty
Onuce a year', he rodle Co rity'mil les utp toi
Grandtufatheri Sulilivan's. 'Thle tieigh
hots wiere ntifiidi of hiis artiv'alI. i'They
'amte to cotnsilt with him abiout their
fail sickness(ii'5, lhe gaive themt mled i
H ic an tilIold thlemn how toi trieat cases
duin g hiis tabsetnce. The oldi dioctor
tool: a gtrea:t faCty11 to U'nelep 'aul SulI
livant and lie hiursuiaded Grandfather
E'reasey Suliliiani. Thie dlotor was an
inmke I 'tile Paul: his hiir, and will
him his estate. Ini Dr. ('reasey's old
ige, lie madle love to ai yoiung girl tand
ina:rrieti heri andt site Iiherited h:is
propert y. I nile Patti onlIy got the
I litn Cre'asey nme. lie iti tated thle
>h!l (1oct0or in his love for medicine. tie
'lad a fItne prtactice ini Grieenvillec coitu
y anti hiis people hiad so muhtl coin
3dence in: him that t hey sent himt to
he state senate.
Wlmt Woulid Yout Do?
There are nmany times when one man
uiestIons another's actions' and inn
Ayes. Ment act differently uinder dif
erent circutmstances. The question Is,
what would you (10 right now. if you
iad a severe cold? Could you do bet
er than to take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy? It is highly recommended
my people who have used it for years
and know its va~lie, Mirs. 0. E. Bar
gent, Peru, Ind., says, "Chamberlain's
.2ough Remedy is worth its weight in
cold and I t'ake pleasure fn recoin
[nendingr it " For sa.le by all dal~es
FOR ANY El
FOR heating out-houses,
temporary buildings of
Smokeless Oil Heater is in
It ik wonderfully us eful, too, in drying o
In the hono it Is the greatest conveniem
you please It makes bedroom, bathro<
anu .te 1 t is finoe, too, for the cold c
not reach Biris kerosene -easy to h
*ihe 'ifection is solid, good..lookinY,
ch-an Stkeless and odorless. Fardt
Lo(k for the Triantglc Trade-fMark.
Washington, D. C. (N E W J I
Richnmod, Va. BALTU
Choice Real El
84 acres known as the Jones land 20 acres of land I
boun ded by lands of L. Z. Wilson and 11111 iS of city of La
W. Z. Dall with 7-room cottage, good i cotage tlii'c
t int house, good barnlis and out- o t or $2,
il a 11in gs. Price $50.00 per aere, 1-1 rroii i o feet and
"ash, balance, 1, 2 and years.
2 acres, more ot less, iII town of ( 3-1 acre of land,
Sexton, WViIl Illakel,
It. Taylor farmn. hounded by laids M S . , I city
of Charlie Irby, Rush 1Powers, Russell six room dwelling,
I 'at tIsoin, with dwelling and out- of $900.
hilidinogs. Price $1,900. All (ash. 3-4 ac icnore or
2 acres, ore or lens. in town of
aercs,~ ~ ~~~1 oi i els i tlii boded by Bloyd Se.,
, imlpsoniville, G'reenvillecony
4AuIo v c re ll coun ity, and fronting onl Not
known as J. II. Goodwin's house and with seven room d
lot and bounded by Dr. loward and log and fine well of
J. A. ri'odd. as beautiful cottage has bee ecently
.1. . ~Iotl. ascottgetion and can be bout
nticely located. P'rice $2300. All cash.tir ca ,blnc
10 acres of land near Owings. a part yas
of Mrs. Hi. G. WXillis' farm, bounded
by J1. M. Owings and land of Mrs. H.
One acreof l0ndacrns 8-foladwell
aild J. II. outbuldasnfnefbarn,2,5n
500 acres o t-e roadeeadingafr.
U ray Cout toexanor.,Wilil beakub
easy terms.\ eocinStearytandnsecur
51 1-2 aces 3-o4vaasrthmoreleotin
Ia od, bo nded bunhedlanys fydorte:
llledgc ad otnerfro'nting80.00Nor
One a~re owland siten-rooomCot
tage bouned bynIaadsdof (e.YweIllef
Ia is udiNI s. 1. t. )oroh.Pri e as
One acre of landkov asptto l ~Ic and termmdwls
inge Min tgrowin etten lofite Gray tie d ca n
outbonebylands of J. I ~dl n Mrs. ellsn yifyuwn
OlGra or-wng nttt. Price $0lC ce - ce fln
2500 acres, on era leading fom euiulct a
anid t oundaed bylots. a and Pi e $,0.0
easy leading teo Madeerl tatn; 1-secureo lnd
5l o-f acres known liis the IHalent e Mr.An Cl
i'lnd, OO bounded b h ad fpre by-.R
10lledge nd other..Priceder.0onpe
ac are s,r rlskona
0.tage iotrine bounded by War-ofG.Y (Iwel- in n uibi
lamg and othrs. J.t si. Dorom Preicre .
170 acres of land. kna Ora rton-i an i ofpt
eads by 1 .lan of dl and Mrs.e 10im i dan od mr
Owings. Prdic oth er wacre. m-a $5pr ce
2 3-4vaens, known besol Ducery, houe 24 acem eo
andtt , boundedl by T od. reakabl a dweln n te
chap. e e eofpiei the ityopmrsty Lauens
183- acres, more or less, known as ltha alieimc
O. LI. Iluntere home, bounded by War-odathr ners
Crr c treekM.. Iluteroo cottagFem . Pwrs oe
nand othersnci wae, with Tayloroom. dwelmi
lights. Pie pasture.Pre$200 ro ctafr$1
Theso andes wMth Whoodidem
contractors' shacks and
all kinds, the Perfection
It unfinished buildings.
e of all. You canl carrv it w herever
im or parlor warm and cozy in a few
orners wvhere the ordinary heat does
mldle and inlexpenlsive.
e(t inexpenisive. No trouble to fill or
'are and furniture stores everywhere.
IL COMP ANY
R S E Y) Chapltte, N. C.
Charleston, W. Va.
/IORE Charleston, S. C.
state for Sale!
nside incorporate 25 acres of land known is M It.
tiren s, with six Todd's home, bonded by lands of S.
room liotuse and 11. Imrton, 1,. j. A dMs.
10. Rlosa Lee (Craddock. Thliq is a beaut!
at Witts Mill, li home at Narnie, station on C. 91
v feet (leep. Price W. C. railroad, 5 miles from Laurens.
This homei WasbilSiit anl(l mi i)Iwoved lit
b-ounded by Jeff 1913. Price $2,750. Why not buy thi1
yV, 1111otile;,. onl today?
of 1.1r 4 .11 1- acres, know n as M . r
thle small -stil' hod', ho buled by A. B. of11ins, S. j.
1urns1-118 (1l Jim1 Naboro. Pr'ice $1I,660o.
(eS lil -vi as A. 15 acs, More or less, knlownl is thle
! City of oalre,. 1ron HL. McSwai. homr layen Iln Cross
Aonl, o. Gar osett 11111, with a beatii s-room cottage.
thW liarpeC r street, mel fe for prices.
veiling, otiil - 1-4 acres \ithl .9iX-1'oom1 (welPing,
water. This home ao barns, ani other Outbuildings at
uilt, iln10 l lie9 Watts Mill. pWioe $ byt00.00.
lito $r ha0 011 88 acres, known as~ p. Q. Surhs'
ir the sal dsum home, bounded by . . illis,J
Chsrnsiand JmcNaborel andc other.
ess knan s A 15aes ore or fe s o wn basthe
thtie hiyo arnH .M aent ofe YOUate npres
thlare srent. e f yeou wanr ahres. t
udtin in)lca te a me Prcle up at00.00
homaesfn bounded by )UWilim
ChGesevile, ow Mcanie arksdthers
Ths lot aoining fthelt, baraes
tat $5.0ner ae. fe o a h r
1170- acesfan bounded by publiofC
A.reenvil, known Mas athe Dar
lonb. justaotse. corpoice limitsinof
the higt/st of Tulaurenoe Prico e
a$50.00 per acre.
1.10 1-2 acres kond la he C.eb
-M.ain homEtad Mares and the te
crigh w ate. Ham nTdwingodt hyCut
hsooe ofulg the farms loains irn
the ighest smtat of tecutt,' rclet
ma~l eay. ee ~i$50. Pic5.0ier acr..
this property.-2 acresr owes noa as he 'Re
know astheE.Maylrtshomest, ue b onther
ighwbayr Lan od twelof Graye Curt
bhi conee wf the watest locaks ine
nown asthe ppeapat of t he ig~saled onty closeo $3,
theis prope. m2h acresoln, more o less, knownST
kn(1otwn. a as the aor' planfrlae, boundi~ed by rhHr
att Ie, w$th a petteet; Wths PMile $pro0pera;cre
M rem. room ~541- aesn, ktoreroom the5 eetiyF
d bySamhlua witdhomer ace fi n el fwaer Carl
rt lemng.ThuBensonnected P.t arter or.ittleot
npowny as partlo- ericlga ared ntle. Price $37.0Pr-ce
neotes. CHa 4013 acresofn, more or less, known a
ding. Cnvenen asth G.J.yLnfhord, laons,~ byndedMb
loss known $35 pertherlns wtottageO Gandrett, H P.Dur
detthoundedthes.WPrPrice60.0 per acre.
inandr Aters.5 - ceknw steGlyF
ds byae Buns, Rtdde home place, boundedr byrCha lid
stat Faeming hi beon, . . wiGamaett andboh
t ierty ncsly Coo Brter. Price $5.0 per acre.
5eet.Cha 03 acres, nmore or less, known as
- lss, known as ArHocmbrong, W.B boundedb uand
3,unded by W . GartthrsI wih oag an otrsg,
tnand other . fi wih four pro acrellnn ot
2100. cah obui oters. Price $6.0peac.
he Earth to Suit Your Pure.