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in the morning when you ought
to be fresh and vigorous is a sure
sign of a torpid liver and bilious
state of the stomach and bowels.
To avoid a sick spell give your
system a thorough cleansing. For
this purpose there is no remedy
more wholesome and effective;
DR. M. A. SIMMONS
The Old Original tivir Powder
Its excellent purifying and in
vigorating influence brings about
an immediate improvement. You
feel better from the first dose.
The bowels move freely so that
the system is soon rid of the
bilious impurities which are
clogging the vital organs. When
the atomach and bowels have
been cleansed the sleepy feeling
disappears, the mind becomes
cheerful, the digestion good and
the body active and vigorous.
Dr. M. A. Simmons' Liver Medi
cine is now put up in a handsome
lithographed tin box. /
Ask for the Tin 11x
Price 25 CeniA
C.F. Simmons Medicine Co.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Dr. T. L. Tim rman
People's Bank Bul.ding
Laurens, S. C.
N. B. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TO&D
Attorneys at Law
Enterprise Bank Building, Laurens, S.C
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Mono) to loan on Real Estate-Long
Specialists in Sub
Developing and I
Designs and Estima
Should Buy Your
Giroceries of Us
IBECAUSE you positively get
- honest weight.
* Our scales are regularly inspect
- ed and scaled. d'hey weigh you
'out what you pay for.
Short weight and long business
life don't hitch.
buckwheat anid maple sy
J. C. SHELL,
Phone No. 13
Bird Protection Exhibit.
Columbia, Octo. 10.-Tfhe farmer
all over out: State are invited and uri
ed to attend the exhibition on Bir
Protection In the Agricultural Build
1ng during the State Fair, Octobe
This exhibit is the first of the kin
ever held in this State. It is und(e
the auspices of the National Associa
tion of Audnbon Societies in co-opera
tion, with the bird committee of th
Federation of Women's Clubs.
This exhibit will be interesting an
instructive. ScienkilIc experts hav
been studying the food habits of bird
for years. Some of the results of them
investigations will be shown by pic
ture, chart and publications. Owing t,
their feeding habits most birds are u
immense value to farmers. There
fore, birds should be protected.
A resident hunter's license law af
fords one of the best means of bir,
protection. This is taught by the ex
perience of other States possessina
such a law.
One of the greatest enemies of bi'
life is the comnmon cat. A place wil
be given to the ept in this exiibli
There will be display of models o
practical bird houses and boxes whici
can be constructed for a few cents.
Valuable literature on the stibje!c
of bird protection will be distribute
Chairman iid C0111ittee.
S. C. Federation Womlen's Clu1b's
Coliibia, S. C.
STOPS HEADACHE OR
NEURALGIA AT ONCE
)on't suffer! Get a 11) cent. packIag
of Dr. .James' Hedauche P'owder
and get rid of pain.
You can clear your I ad and reliev4
a dull, splitting' 6r olent throbbinj
liadliclho in a 1uo nt with a Dr.
.imes' Headach s owders. Tlis old
time headache r ef acts almost mag
ically. Send so te one to the dlrulj
store now for a dime package anti
few moments after you take a powdei
yott will wonter what became of tii
headache, neuralgia .and pain. Stol
suiffering--it's Ieedless. Ile sure yo
get what you ask for.
Plies Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Your druigglst will refund tuoney if PAZ(
OINTMICNT fails to cure any case of Itcinug
Blind, Bleeding or Protrudinn I'lles in6 to 14 days
The fit et application gives 7ase and Rest. 50c
)S. & CHEVES
division of Lands,
tes of all lasses of
ived fresh shipment ol
'rup for those delicioui
FLOWERS FOR INDIAN TROOPS
. Remarkable Welcome Given by Mar
seilles to Forces From the East.
The inhabitants of Marseilles, in
r France, received with open arms the
native Indian troops who recently land.
ed there and showered (lowers upon
11 them. A correspondent writing of the
r event says:
"The scene in town when the troops
marched through to the diferemit cunip.
( Ing grounds was unforgetable. Every
man, woman and child in Marseilles
turned out, and these numbers were
iswelled by p1)eople who had rushed in
from tihe surrounding country districts.
s "The exeltement of the high strung
e Latins rapidly spread to the Indians.
and It was a unilue experience to see
. . ......
Photo by American Press Association.
INDIAN TROOPS MAKING nEADY TO EN
hundreds of warriors, bearded men
whose hair was shot with gray and
beardless youths, Jumlnp a yard high in
the air for slicer joy. Old women
fought with the ien for the lhonor of
shaking h1ands with the bron'zed sol
diehrs, and young girls threw sweet
smeilling flowers in their patth or pin
neud jilk roses in their tuiles and tir
hans an11d even stinek theimi into the
inhiui nsic' ilo.tng h ir.
liy. evining they wtere all eneailtt'd
- in the Iit(ureso [it- park w%-illt rovky
heights, rembiiiisceIt of their Iaraway
h iba.io1ial thilm. '1i4i inl 4he m1oon
ii.rhit Nroups of A rseit ils stood on1 lill
dic4jcen-t io1:tii w:1 chinlag with unilag
~t itrest tihe si i:1 in eastern rites
of the- . ungificen t fo.hct inig min froim
itain 's great doiiin."
THE OREGON BUILDING.
It Is Almost Completed For the Pana
ma-Pacific international Exposition.
Soniet himg over four iiontlis prior
to tho fnormna openilig of thie imn
I'ieltie Intrntion l ex)ositlon Ore
gaI's building is 90 per cent ready for
occupaney. All the heavy work is over.
and only finishing touies to Its ex
te-rlor and somie interIlor construction
remain to lhe done11.
Imagine the Parthenon in wood and
you may funcy what the Oregon bu-iid
lng looks like. Covering a 250) by 150
foot area, it Is of two stories. Support
lng its eaves are forty-two columnis of
soli undressed timber, fir, pIne, co
dar, spruce and hemlock, cacti from
a different section. They are forty
feet from base to apex. arid the most
gigantle of them, a fir, is twenty-two
CoLUMNI OP oRRUON nUILDING AND CoM
MJss10NRR GENERAIJ OLAnI.
feet In dIameter and would yield
enough lumber for the construction of
an eight room h'ouse of average dimen
sions. Each trunk, representing a state
of the Union and bearing Its seal, will
be dedIcated some day during the eK
position perIod, and all visitors hallng
from the commonwealth for which it
stands are to be invited to participate
in the ceremony.
The main flagpole Is the world's tall
est stick used for that purpose. This
mighty timber is Astoria's gift to the
Fcommissi on. When taken from the
forest, in the Bllind Slough region, its
weighitewas 04,000 pounds, as calcu
lated by means of measurement, and
in nil Its ponderousness It was flohted
:lown the coast. After being trimmed
its length was 235 feet. Now, embedded
in a concrete base, 222 feet of it are
visible. Its seven poInted gilt star
loomts hIgher than anything elso at the
falit except the crown, of the Tower of
RURAL SCHOOL WORK. *
In order that those who may not
know much of the work and aims oi
the Association below is printed an in
terview with Miss liite who is tle
President of the State Association. It
is well worth your thie to study this
interview and then take up tlie niat
ter of a local organization in your
Discussing the plans for the fur
therance of which she is laboring,
Aiss luite said:
"The organization stands for a
minimum school term1 of seven
months, a local tax In every district,
the enrollment of every child of school
age, the regular attendance of every
pupil, at least one teacher to every
50 pupIls. modern buildings with mod
ern equipment aid hearty cooperation
between the home and the scohol.
"It Is along these lilies that the
presidenit of the association, in co
operatiotn with the county superin
tendent of education and tihr county
organizer, has worked oil( week in
each of the following cotinties: Darl
ington, Kershaw, Cherokee, Lexington,
Oconee, Abbeville, Fairfield and Edge
field. It Is inldeed gr'atifying to find
such ketie interest shown il Ile bet
terment of tilie country schools as has
bevt il lii inl tIhese vight co nties.
"'Oleat-up day.' observed in the
schools of Soli Carolinta last year,
irved as a grea't factor iln the im
proveieit of rducational conditios.
Againi this year, we will observe
clean-ul) day' ini tle schools on the
[Irst Friday in November. E'very cotm
niity, every board o trustees, anid(
very teacher should cooperate in ob
gerving this day as early in the sea
30on as, practicable.
"Through the support of the S'tate
cparttient of education the School
improvement assoclation is able to
affer $1,250 in prizes to be awarded
an 191.1. This amount has been di
vided into 40 prizes and will be giv
mn to the schools of the State show
tig the greatest atuou nt of improve
inent dur'in g lite given length of
Lime. Ther'e will be 10 first prizes
$5o each, and '110 Second prizes of $25
nach. legulations govCrin tig the
kward of these prizes are as follows:
"Improveiienis imist be made be
tw'etn October i, 19:13, ail Ieeiher
1. 191 1.
"Onl1y rural"k sChoolds enn comlpetv
f'or these prizes. D~istrivts barr.1ed by
lie Statl high school act or h the
State rura1l graded School act .1r-4 inl
1-ligible o enter11ol 11he contest.
"Prizes will be aw'adeid by tle
State executiive ('omittee of tie
lool lii iprovemto ( associatiol im
mlediately aft' r thili entlei s los'.
"All applientions" 1mst beS* sent
irough the coiuity sulprinendiet
)i (4d1tCati, th 11e rura i -100hooi su11pet'
iso or the couitily ot'galnizel of school
"Prizes will be awarded in checks
on11t frtom thle otlice of the SItate sup I
rlintendtenit of ediucatiotn to thle couni
.y superintendent of ediucation. The
notney wvill be dleposited to the cr'edit
)f the dlistrict in which the prize-win
iing school is located. This moiney
nust be spent for tihe fur'ther ipr'ove
nenit of the school winnIng It.
"All reor)its luist be made otn lhe
>rinted blanks futrnished by the
school I mpr~ovemenit association.
"In makitig application fot' a pr'ize
lie 'clean-upi day' score cai'd, a phio
:ogi'aph andt atny evidences or iti
>r'ov'emenits shotuld acconipatty the
'egular' pr'ize score card.
"Last yeart, ini resiponise to out' of
ei' of prizes we r'eceived appl11ICa
lotis frtotm I17 sc hools, wh'ose valua
ion of' impriov''emens aggrega ted
07,779.55. is it too much(1 to hope
'or1 at l east a ~0 pe icen('it inease'5t this
IF SKIN BREAKS
OUT AND ITCHES
USe it like ai cold creamlti anid dry) Ec
'Aema erupjt~ions right up.
The tmotmnt you apply bo01L-sulphur
to an i'tchIng or brtoken out skIn, the
tchitg stops and healing begiins, says
i renowned dermtatologlist.
'This remarkable sull Lhur !ma del nto
thick crealmn effects /ucht prtompt rel
lef, even int aggr'ava d -l~czema. that
t is a never-enditi sour'ce of amaze
netnt to phlysician.
Foi' nmatny ye9rbold-sulphur has oc
suiIed a secui >osIthlon in 'the treat
nent of cutane is erupItions by r'eason
:>f its cooling, parasite-dlestroying
3rties and nothing has ever been found
to take its liace in relieving irrtitable
itnd iflanmmatory affections of the
ikitn. While not elways estab~lishing
1 permanent cure, yet, In every in
4tantce, It immediately subdues the
tching irritation and heals the 1Eeze
ma right up and it is often years hat
wr before any eruption again mani
Any good iphanmaelst wvill supply an
taco of bold-sulphuir which should
ie aIplied to the affected parts like
he ordinary cold creams. It isn't
inpleasant and thte promnpt relief at
orded is tery welcome, particularly
'heni the Eczema is accompanied w ith
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YO U WA NT YO UR G IFT T*0 13E GOOD), oggyy
S STYLE, A ND A TA PRICE YIOU WVANT T0 P'A Y, DONT7 YOU'V
THlEN COME INTO 01UR STORE AND LET us HELP YOU
MAKE THESE.ECTION. OUR KNOWLEDGE OF T*EJEW
ELRY BUSINESS AND MUR YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WILL (
HELP YOU TO SE.LECT SOMETHING A.PPRPRA1T, o*
LASTING VALUE/, AND YOU WILL BE P,;-NSED IT/! THE
GOODS AND THE PRICE.0
FLEMING Bl THERS 0
Laurer' S. C.
/_4(/e e cA.
The Only Way One Can Wfer Top Notch Quality
and ,er -eit righrlt prces, Is to control,
man-,age anld directl every process inl thle
manYUfActu of onIe's prOdctE , thus Cimi
nating lost motion, tie, dcpWANdeOnce on
others anid expense./
It is this kind of an ganization th-at hias gained
for us the highl) re u11tatio 1 wN i n the furnish-.
mng of complete house bills: from rough two b)y
fours to thi e TIO si Ou grilleG , ne lE p osts
I OA r prN( VALes, M asOrtm WIt and IAseice is TIgt.
* LarAUGUTA . GA
I W hveplce o or selesan cuner
full lin~e of goods dopted fo th- p rahn
seaons war whrIult n prc i. niom
The vey lates On LradiesTo n chalit
Man y arVxe lookingth alr at~Si the wave tof
changes~ he and paevy c in the eca ol
ma refcte omonths Euroe for th peentmha
natirned King moton, t this fibrceha lost
non of is indmof au J/ion th hasfauind
forl and willh~ re ptai firs elace an texturile
Weo oulrsk to tHaritcclungil v portNex
Order Fhor O RITNGo
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