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One fourth m o r e pure,
__ LEstrong Concentrated Lye for
COlcEIITgRATh. :- Ten Cents in Mendleson's Big
40 Twenty-Ounce Can of Solid
Other cans give you only
1011c6riii sixteen ounces for your dime.
Every can warranted full
strength, no adulterants, no
r i fillers--just pure Concentrated
" ~ , Lye for every use. Three
-lh~ ' *cans for a quarter.
3 Sixteen ounces of Pow
d -red Lye for a dime instead
of the twelve c-unce can of other powdered lye.
'MenI o Twienty-Ource Can wil saponify eight
;:ounds df re.:; makin'. e best hard or soft soap-and
th7 'S r1r - -.1 a-ny otlher ten cent can will d. Every
cn f ..:tions for scap nnxking, exrct measure.
:IA nts, h ow lon t o oil,
Concenrul r L:;.'e is ono of the handliert articles in the household
or on the Irm. A u:e for it cvery day. Cheapest and best cleanser
amt disinfectant; for washing woodwork, cleaning kitchen furniture,
scrubbing floor; far sinks and drains. Used in treating hogs and
caring for poultry. For every use you get best results, most economic
MENVLESON'S L VE--.
PURE AND STRONG
A dime intiested in a Twenty- Ounce Can of MENbLESON'S LYE
brings proof of better value. Remember the name-MENDLESON'S
and buy it of the following dealers:
W\VIOi5bleSAL DIC' l) S-Swygert, Nickels & Co., Machen Gro.
Co., Lau rens, S. C.; Millinug Gro. Co. Clinton, S. C. llETAIL DI.\L
MlIS-The lolt. Co., It. 1". Gray. W. P". Owens G ray Court, S. C.;
\. W.l'aon, .John A. Franks, Owiings & Owings, A.. Malaiuafy,
TlI, Sim:pson Co., Laurens, S. C.: .1. A. Todd, 3arlaulah. S. C.;
. .I....Il.. 1, S U. 1'. \. S. l1a1oo l! S. C.;
Go' 0 . 0.. NJ. ilto , . C.
CARPETS AND RUGS!
You cannot af ford to trust valuable Car
pets and Rugs for b3x-i ii t o methods that
are incorrect and unsafe. Our methods are
safest and cleanse them throughout with a
revival of latent colors, making them like
new and without damage to the finest
fabrics. We also Dye Carpets and Rugs
when possible to harmonize with color
Footer's Dye Works
Always Safest and Best
After Four Years of Discouraging I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gav and I gave up In despair,
At last, mny husband g t me a bottle of
Uipin Despair. Husband cardul, the woman's t Ic, and I corn
Camie to Rescue. nmenced taking It. Pro the very first
dose, I could tell Itw helpIng me. I
can now walk two miles without Its
Catron, Ky.--in an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work."
from this place, Mrs. Beitle Bullock If you aie all run down from womanly
writes as follows: "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up In despair. Try
years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardul, the woman's tonlc. It has helped
fblc time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, In its 50
wile, and could not walk anywhere at years df continuous success, and should
iti. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has
in my left side sold Cardul for years. He knows what
Ythe doctor was called in, and his treat.- It will do. Ask him. He will recomn
,pent relieved me for a while, but I was mend It. Begin taking Cardsdi today.
soon confined to my bed again. After Adyir taog ei
gat, nothing seemed to do me1 any good. Trtmi fei W " u'rtni ll pe. . J.g
Home of Jef ferson
May Be National Shrine
ONTICELI-.O. onve the hotne of
Thomas Jefferson, seems like
Iy 4n. to become tihe prop
('1ty by purchase or tie 1:Unit
ed Stales goverimi3enit an3(d ther'efore 1
national shrine an rid periaips an oeen4.
s8onal home for presidents.
For it long lne 31rs. Alnrin W. Lit
tieton, wife of lIepresenitative Littleton
of New York, has advoented the pur
('l1hnse of Mlonitict'llo by the goverlllmnt't,
but a1 stuilinlilltg block has been III her
Way Onl neucOun13t of tle reflusll of Rtep
h''seitative .ielfersonl M. Levy, also o'
New York and owner of the lr-operty,
to consier :1 proposition to sell it.
.Nilr. Levy lis bein opposed. to selling
tihe inc4e to tile governwentt during Ii.;
liletie 11nd11 for sever'al years a18s vig
orously opposed tl. (lilpaiigil Initialed
by irs. I ittleton. l. I.evy reselt'1
Ohe introdne4. llln or a resolutionl In 1the
o11u)se of revpresentatives f,41r4 t(e Iegu l
4ion or the pr4))ery. 1Mrs. litleton
''''iion livil her prol4I4:tuda. ( listing he
it'resl t t'11 pub:li' monl i 11 l parts or
the (.11 11t111ry. .1n41 tinll Ily 1 4 'secretary Bry
:I i wrote to) A.1 % ILevy, rin himl to
ll 1h 4 prop ry t'. t 4 'nited 8tat 1 1 s.
As. Itle n' itr came whenl
wretary 1 'ry 1 : in - it, ot ho r
Ni:ty th. i i ol a let V t 1rrt1 1 1 V1)pr
n4444at4ijve I*I1I.i:)I 1I. I. 'vy of New
Yoirk. own1 r of 31Ilth-l4h>. n which
.V '. Ievy * in coLLsenited t4 se'll the
l ' (44 o 1:h govr4 ' nen'tIV 4 l11 ' r i $_1500,0110.
.\Mr. I.evy 1a1, spni3 , h' L ge, miore
11h11a, $1.001.4100 onl thev property. The
only Stip1u1:4lion by Nir. Levy Is h tIlIt
tie( property be miade the Virginia
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' 4'l 4e4n i 1. t hr4 yer4 41 s wv 014d 8 n K )n sh ,I
; I e to I I I . v I I II . It' )III k Iil ) IS)(- t .I 814
n Iee a 4:14 br 41r ent484414 ith-d (Ll -"O n \\' 4h.
)l4-4 OntT et'3( li1i )lle.1'!I) 'le 'I's Il lie.
4in I . .I. t .... .. - 03 -pti t l h e .u
Llui oser thor4'1u1 hLy .4 w ihthe'043 hito rto
befor1e4 vomlit 3' 1..iof tho house cof rne
reienttiv upoii the worited wtats den.
Mlre Jio mle tn 1'ersonal appe andst
one101 1'' 1hne s 1n out 0.000 letters in her1 t
11(4lfol o Srlute setdhont .Iaor i'of
loverr'lnenti n1thm. (4 he ao.lso mde nzei
(i44nbrr' olf auli addretsses on h140 enmt.4t
1.rno'.4ri ftae '1nd41'~ pinents milleri
of141 the country11814844 w ote to 1r4commend
fing her upon3 t~l'he work)1 11he was01 ot4ig.
$27i. I'Ittleto eveweld the41 hisoryo
the4 '44' eol.8 She14'~ tol 1 how1 .1 t e'ifso n,31
hvIly'1'3 84n4 dIebt on'4134 1envin teie presi
Mrs333. ItamLol, was3( fo44('1reto 1 se(l4 it. It
wa(r4s olistily 1 d Itse of.'I t..lou .Imes3 M.4
l~I'elay thel 1( hirs of te' estat0 ofn
tiItn d only $f.Ln'. Tronl yeas fller Urad
wat oner, bouht3 It from 41h1r0( y fnt~ or
$2.t W0. (1ixrloIedvy3 wiled Mot.eelto
Moticelof th.effUnsite Statkesu
hIsd wIn wa7s Iontested(by thle hers,0 nnd.
the oretre uphoh Ithae. .Mfrsny of
sh1ar)ed of'theteroi herom hns ber.
soe ~oner. b rogt eke
.\ lagingl is imanedion, Awhimhrl
thorefor Vs.,andwheat inbple i 1ne
sin.ere feran. iws we .wo daughn
ters en momber of thiescenanithouse
burieedsII ttlhe cemeeran~f th e'n eof
tat esiectMnlelo ~ a n
hery te end frone hos Mntelan
ws botrn uong ut inosn old thmansmo
thot wsm dsigniyednt frae.nt aor
inontielo that .'/ersove thokdoor
obrte instern.frontove the htem and.
poertiead anoer afordte. bal. The
theighut of~o th e loc o were no
bllntsned by chersn.sro is Eufrot
coer jofte hei anogh decnin new
therellr thoewha hompile inoor
Aes one otheso hs mdecedts re
budon thewitle cettrey uonvter es-h
monngaate.plt n hchwr
pa intedrtetng da ot ofeemem
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Baptist Association Notes, *
* * ** * ** * .*.** .*.* * *
Pastor G. C. liedgepeth was operat
ed oin for appendicits on Tuesday of
last week. The operation was by Dr.
B. 13. Steedley of, Spartanburg in the
Irby Infirmary of Laurens. Brother
ledgepeth Could not, of course, be
at the Laurens Association biut lie was
most affectionately remembered and
his ailliction brought out the strong
hold he has on the hearts of is breth
The report onl Ministerial F0ducation
for the Laurens. Association vas pre
Pared and read by Pastor A. iI Ful
ler. 'The report and especially the
speech that followed made a very de
Cided impression on the body an will,
we feel, mark a higher stage in the
progress of this cause In the Laurens
Association. Brother Fuller is a
young amn whose circumstances put
him in and kept him in one of our
Presbyterian colleges and while he is
very profoundly grateful for the the
blessings received from iis alma
im::ter, lie realizes very keenly that a
Blaptist egllcge Is the better place for
a youig Baptist minister. Wherever
he was educated he is certainly mak
Thle report of the First 1 1a pt ist
chureh of Inureins, lev. M. L. Lawson
11astor, wihwas ma1.de last week to
itm, Associal.tionl w.as the best in m11ainy
r'Popect; inl the hiltory of the ('hurii'ch.
.\ l.auiens pIaper says: "in is annal
let ter to tile Association the iirst
lla- inst clmiiitr of this vity sh'owed a.
total of $11,i32 as the disulriseients
for the past year for all purposes. Ap
Proximiately $,Imo0 of this anouit was
applied to the church building fund."
Ihie Sunday school is Its PoslerouIs
atile chuich. Last year its average
attendance.. was eual, to the menmberi
shi', of the ciuircl and oin Work Day
the tiinday school raised $127 for the
orphanage witich is eleven dollars
above tle amont given last year.
F.LLING 11.111 ORl
Surely ('ease hen youl Use Parisian
Fm'e, -inkes Your li.' Soft and
Now that lI'arisian Sage, a svIentifie
PIimration that supiplies every hair
and11l svcilp n'e'd --vcan he 1haed at any
dr ml 'fnr, or fromu ! huilt lie L:irens
Drua' ii.. it i. cert:u - neediess to
have ihii, britth. ni- 'd stingy or
faWdi hair. No mam ow unISIghtly
you r hi:: , Iow( m ly It s allinitI, or
how )iII'h lnidr !, 'ir!ian Sage is
all Ihat is n-etied . ,y t!'C( ' (if dan
dr it f is I'eimoved with on' applicition,
I' hah' roo:s ar lo'uishdi nal StImo -
tila dI to n' w a ir, itchiig scalp
u I Fallita hair '(eese yor---Ymii luir be
P0nnos soft. l'1Ufy, alatndant anld r*."
liantt witIeh life and beauty.
l1l:Islan Se is suirely' onw of the
most intvigora:t lIng and refrIeshing hair
tonitis knowi. It is vaI I ly Ised at
home---not expensive, and evenl onle ;If
. listers' ('onference.
The Iti-ans Ha list Mliisters' cont
fereince will mteet at First Htaptist
chutirei, thiIs city. next Monday mioirn
ing at 10:00t o'clock. 'lThe meeting will
be catlled to order by Pastor H. L.
ilaggott, of Gray Court. Rev. M. L.
Lawson wvill read a paper on "Thie
Pastor as a 'Peacher." All pastor's in
the Laui'ens Association are earnest
ly i'equested to attend.
G1. C. Hiedgepeth.
Invigorating to the Pale andi Sickly
The Old Staindard general strengthening tonic
GROvig'S TAsTrELIESS chill TONIC, drives ou
Malariaienrichaes ithe btood.aund builds upthe sys
tem., A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c
'The W. 0. W. v. Ill tinv~eil the moiiii.
me'Ae ol' Ihe late Sov. IP. iL. Di)a~, Sir..
:t P'ri nceton S-nuidayv, October I.i.h, at
:3 o'clock P. .\. All ineatholingii
THICK, GLOSSY HAIR
FREE FROM DANDRUFF
('ir's! 'Try it ! linir gets soft, inify
aiid iiixiur'int nt i, c-No wnore fall.
if you care for hteavy hali', that
glistens witht beaiuty and is radiiant
with lIre; hais an lncomp~ar'able soft
1ness andl is fluffy and i str'oirs, try
Just otto aplicalt in doubles th~e
beauty of your' hair, fesides it imme
diately dissolves eve p iarticle of daln
druff; you cannot Itave nice, heavy,
healthy halir if you have dandruff. This
destrttctivye scurf bs the hair ot its
iusti'e. its strengtl and its ver'y life,
and if ntot ovei n it pioduces a fev
er'ishtness and i iing of the scalp;
the halir roots famish, loosen and die;
then the hai' falls ott fast.
if youi' halt' has been neglected and
is thin, faded, dry, sci'aggy or to.)
oily, get a 25 bottle of Knowiton's
D~anderlne at any dr-ug r,tore 0or toilet
counter; apply a little 'is directed and
toen minutes after you will say this
was the best, investment. you ever
WVe sincerely believe, regardless of
ovei'ything else adver'tised., that if you
desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair and
lots of it--no dandruff--no ItehIng
scalp attd no more falling halir--.youi
must use0 Knowlton's '-Danderline, if,
eventutally-why nom now?
CAROLINA P[OPL[ TttI
[FfiETS OF M)
Suff(rers Find Sif HOliee by [i0se of
This Itemarkable Treatment.
Stomach sufferers iI the Southeast
antd, iI fact, all over the country have
fouInd remarkable and eflicient results
from the use of Mayr's Wonderful
lany have taken this remedy and
tell today of the benellts they received.
lis effects come quickly-the first dose
convinces. elre is what two Carolina
folks have written:
W. R. Davenport, Parker. N. C.,
"For years I have suffered from a (
ease which puzzled doctors. I h rd
of your relledy and ono ote)6 gave
in relief. Your full tret m rit has
aboult curedl me.''
.J. M. 10,dwin, Winston-Salem, XN C
I am satisfied through lersomal use
of the powers of your remedy. You
have saved my life."
'i'hese statements come from let ters
e VANILLA ~
Give The Kid
to make their candies at home.
the proper way soon become pr
Good for little stomachs too
harmed anyone. Bee Brand E
oak casks to bring out the de
them from every other kind.
You will notice the differ
Extracts and make better candit
For sale by progressive de
. . 1.1Ub VAN
L.\ 'i.R:N COTTO.\ I .b W'O
l:NNIETl & OWENS
Ready for 'I
Horses digest their feed less thoi
other farm animals. in order to inpu
digestion of all the food eaten, and t(
horses readier for next day's wt k,
evening feed a teaspoonful of- /
Bee Dee ST
-T I YOU DUY
FAMiLY WITH A B
WHAT WOULD BE
SMIOULD You D1E'
Make OUR bal
N. B. DIAL P. res
YR -STOMACH REM[DY
among thousands. This remedy is
known and used throughout the Unit
ed States. It has a record of results
Mayr's Vonderful Stomach Remedy
lears the digestive tract of mucoid ac
eretiois and poisonous matter. It
brings swift reliet to su fferms from
allnents of the stomach, liver and
Lowels. M1any declare it has saved
them fromn dangerous operations and
many are sure it has saved their lives.
We want all people who have chron
to stomach trouble or constipation, no
matter of how long standing, to try
one (lose of Mayr's Wonderful Stomn
ach Remedy-one (lose will convince
you. This is the medicine so many
of our people have been taking with
surprising results. The most thor
ough system cleanser we ever sold.
May r's Wonderful Stomach Remedy Is
now sold here by Lattrens Drug Co.
and druggists everywhere.
dies a Chance
Little minds and fingers trained
oficient in the Culinary Art.
I Pure sugar and Extracts never
Ktracts are aged for years in white
licious flavor which distinguishes
ence at once I Try Bee Brand
.s at home-25c.
Arrs. Here are a few;
.\. 11. .\l\lAl-'P-MY
ou glily than I
re thorough I an usin Dee
make your STOCK MLF)ICINE with
add t t~ fsydhorsem regularly and
add to their find it a saving proposition
n en health, t 1rivi .an
UCK I'" raseohnston.
[ R P: D. No. t.
25c, 50c and $1. per can.,
15* At your ders.
P. PRTC oR
P NI BnofLaurens
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