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Al Your Dime Can. Buy
And one fourth more than it has ever'
bought before. Other cans give you'only'
sixteen ounces of the Solid Lye for your dime.
In POWDERED Lye, Mendleson's can gives you six.
teen ounces for a dime, against the twelve that some others'
Mendleson's is pure Lye, without fillers or adulterants"
It goes farther,'does more, lasts longer than any other Lye.
Every can warranted full strength. Three cans for a quarter.
Mendleson's Twenty-Ounce Can beats the best records of oiher dime ,
carts in soap naking. .t saponifies eight pounds of grease, and gives you'
the best hard or soft soap you ever used. Every can gives full dircctions1
for getting best resuilts.
One of the handiest articles for household or farm" Cheapest and
8best cleanser and disinfectant. Leaves floors sweet-smelling. Drives
away dirt and grease; kills disease germs; fine for cleaning kitchen furni..
ture... Remedy andconditioner for ogs and useful in the care of poultry.
A use for it every day.
Get better value for your dime by buying the Twenty-Ounce Can of.'
Mendleson's Concentrated Lye at any of the following dealers:
WHOLESALE DEALERS-Swygert, Nickels & Co., Machen Gro.
Co., Laurens, S. C.; Milling Gro. Co. Clinton, S. C. RETAIL DEAL
EIS-The Dolt Co., R1. L. Gray. W. P. Owens. Gray Court, S. C.;
E. W. Patton, John A. Franks, Owings & Owings, \. 1,. Maliffey,
Todd, Simpson Co., Lauirens, S. C.; .1. A. Todd, Iarksdale. S. C.;
J. C. McMillan. Rlennio, S. C.; L. W. S. Bla1lock, Goidville, S. C.;
Rasor & Fuller, Crisp & Fuller, F. C. Smith. Mountville, s. c.;
Simpson Gro. Co., J. M. Pitts, Clinton, S. C.
COAL DEALERS ATTENTION!
TRADE 10c. COTTON FOR COAL
We will sell you ot'r Wiliton iellleo ('oal or l'lioneer Sirln ilht'.l ( 'reck
5-1In10 Bloc k al our currnt nitrlot iices. Iloth ar- high :l
Coals. Ve! will take yoni 1'otton ia pma 'Inent at (en I enll per 41 poun4
or loan you the inlon1ey oil Cotton Warechouls.e Itel eiptlsl at n
cents per 1ound.
Thi.; shows .ur interest in ....u trail
antd faith in thel SouthI's great staptl..
82 Peachtree Street Atlanta,Geri
ileO l Wa neCnOfe TpNtctQult
anid bervice at right prices, is to conltrol,
manage and direct every prouck in the
manufactu.re of one's product, tI 'us elimi
nating lost motion, time, deper e~nce on
others and expense.
It is this kind of an organization that has gainled
for us the high reputation we enjoy in the furnish
ing of complete- house bills: from rough two by
fours to the artistic columns, grilles, neo;ml posts,
. m ouldings, sash, etc., used in magnificent mansions,
Our prwce, stock, assortme it and service is right.
"Buy 9/ the Maker"
Sebh, Doors, AGSALME o
Blinda, Etc AGSA A
*We Would LiketoaeYurNx
Order For JOB PRNI ,Iix
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* IESOLUTIONS IN *MEMO3.Y OF *
]* TilE DEAD.
' Laurens .Veterans Assoelattio, *
.-Sept. 24, 191. *
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, Wher'eas, since our Ilst annual meet
i1y (iod, in llts Wisdom, has remove]l
front our lesseling line, ou1r comt
rades Abraimn Cook, Thomas .1.
Illighes, W. (I. .loiies, A. Y. Motes, S.
.1. Worktan, C. .\l. Bishop, S. A. Phil
sol, I). 'J. 'laleitine, .. 11. I iiggins, W.
It. 11aill, It. Y. Owenms and others, whose
naines anl numbers are not at hand,
Therefore be it resol ved, 'lit It is
imteet that. we Ipause lin our accustomed
pu rsilts' antd wilidra wing for this
brief hoir, froti le visoittry, fitfull
SCeInes of tis Iraniisitory existence, anad
(10 iolor to the inemory of our fallen
irothers. putting onl record our testi
maniny oh their (olrage, foritiude and
lieroiC devotion to duty, both iII leace
and in war, dread crucible
'he lives IId services of ouri, beloved
(tuoi rades 1irniii shi ex afples worthy o!
tht. ihilllonl 0of 01ur childrenl and 01
oil r childiei's childrell.
Thttese were types' of tile soldiers of
tile Coilfederacy, strong imteii, men who
kntowing their rights, bared their
Ili .:Ists and stood VhIh the legions of
it' Conrederey, for rourv long years
olfhe muost tr'illendots conflct or
history, as I wall between their colit
try and its foes.
I'e, .Jackson, longstreet, ialliptont,
prinlcves ainong ilein, were but exalted
types of ile Confedeiate soldier, rep
rtseiltatives of the ime who privation
and sutffering and immuuII-ttlonl Inl thle
deadly breach, With the Sacrifice oI
womlenl who "Strove wh-itle they wept"
and of wh161i1 it has beet said, ihat
"Tle tragedy of the ('onfederacy m ay
be forgotltel. blt tle( friits of the ito
b11 serviet. of tIl daughters of the
SouthII are ollr perpeitta1. heritage,."
inavo exalted their leaders; to the pinl
nlacle or famle, and give theml plaes inl
istory along1 w-ith thle great mlilitary
caplains or Ilie world.
T itl' af the ('tolifederate Soldier
iltii tr11 ' or hitI the gratitude anrd
retnlubeanceof his cottnltrytnettl for
0'Vt v '.
Thls, are they who have imade of
the S4outland a land of memonories.
\\hile howing inl htuhille s ubmission
lo the decrees of a .\lercifull lProvi
dlice, we would exteid our heaiIrtfelt
symailly to te faililles of ouir de
FROM THE SKIN
1'sv like cold4 eircamII (to instanltdly slop
Itclimii and clear tlie skin.
Su111utr. says a ren'wnd derimatol
ogsjulst COMmon0 hold-sulphur11 ma11de
into a thick Cr \ wI! Soothv aind
heal 'lt, skinl 'henl irritatedI anld brok
('n olit with 1N zema ori any foi In of
t-rup1tiOnl. Th'le mloment it is .1111 ied ail
itchling teeses and afterI* two '.i
applicntions Ile 0/.0mai1ji disapeiars,
leaving the skin cllar ard stlo)h.
lie itells blezema suIfei'1ffers to) gct I
frioi miny good~l phlai'mia'y an ouCetli or
phuri I ha occ'upied a seture piositlin ini
ithe int It of ((l/iermaitology aind cut
liltIois affek't ns byx reatson of' Its
il alt iss yiig proplei'ty. It ISit ol
r itli. anii!si'tit' andI r'tamrlkablly heal
cindlints ofl the skin. While noCt ail
amor tails to instaitly3 sutiltie thie
angr~y itlling antI Irriltation and1( hetaI
thei l':'ve'ma r'ight~ til antd It is oflen
yetar IlIateri befettit any1 eruplt Ion aigait
apears oin the skin.
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A L10'ENSE~ ThAX. *
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l-iaor 'Tih' Advert iser:
.\' itmlih hlas bhen said andl so mainy'
to wriite ofi a lau wichl( I have lad
tink wouhil tff'er' a soliutitn oh' the,
probb-:n~i. Th'le plain is tIs: Make the
tn it' hat lay13 a hleavy Ilise tax oii
*all far litrlioduie slipped( int thIIiis
stat' thait lhe offeis for' stale, the law
tol t ak ef1'fect lie firat daty of .a anuary,
lui-'. iviglie Ileople timae to prepare
farerstoraise thelir home suipplies
andg tit. the same time give hui imar
Cause~t te landttlords wh'lo liv'e in the
Itowns to look( after' their1 farms and
se' to It that their r'enter's iaise
enih~~ f iood supp)1lies for thtemselv~es
ad athe lt'Iandttlo' I too. If tis wats
done w~e would not have an over-pro
ill('Iion olf CoIttoin In t hIs state. I would
likhe to hiearI some discussion of tis
I also thiink it would lie a goodi Idea
tor 11he farmeris to meet at the varIous
s(chool houses on some dlate ini Noveim
heri 0or 1)teejinher and( dieide ont wht I
legisltion they would have enacted at
t ntexl sessiont, iforming thlo newv
ly e'lec(tedl replrestafltives of their
H. D. Bloyd.
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. "UNDEt BLUE SKIES" *.
At Gray Court-Owings. *
* S * * * * * * * * * * S * * S * 5,
Oin Friday evening, October the 30th
there will be given it (1ray Court-Ow
ings school building, a play by local
amateurs from (2ray Court and Owings.
Tiht .play "Under Mlue Skies" is
sparkling with wit and humor while
through it are moients of sober, so
riousness and patilos. The anain plot
consists of a young girl forsaking her
early betrothed lover 'for a newcom
mr in the coinunuilty. Weaving around
this plot are the various gossips, miked
Illers and the plan of the village swain
in reclaiinig his lover. Yet ail his
Ipanning comes to nalight, for in the
linlet in idnight hours, his lover m1a r
The public is Cordially welcoined. A I
rew hours or poeasant roerention are
Issured. while the siall fee for ad
missioni will be greatly appreelated
by the s 01hool associatiloll.
iollowiig is a list of elir'(tor.,;.
Iite11e C.l('u lohbi
DavId .Joyee hioi y VIi iy
)iek Warren Albvr( ray
Dsear Weber t.T Wlo
DId .John V Wli
sleepy Ileille Yvrgin
Williais Sam Holt
Lilarv .Joyce NI
Iamt Warrenv Willis
Mfrs. Weber C 1; it I ( CIy
l~ttle 1"IslleMry Purryl
uRLS. THICKEN AND
BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIRI
1r0m., itch Its uloss, 111IT.re el nii 1111d
get.rid Ii di tirit I --r ii n(ray
io ble ossvs;vt o .a a ryed of h'eavy
beau Lifl ha iri: roft. lu1st rolls, tfify,
wVavy anod &'rep from doand1rufif is mlerv
ly ii battr of using a little :hadorno.
It Is easy adr111Xi thve os have
bieu soft hair: 0a1 lous f it. .ust got
ai 2-5 vent bottle of Knowlton's )an
d(riiv now-all drug stores recoml
mend it---apply a littl a4 direpcteil and
within ten milnutes there will be an
appearance of abundanc;il freshnoess.
iu ffin(ss and ai lnoinparaole gloss
and lust ro. and try as you will you
an o not ind a tirace of dandriff or fall
Ing halr: buI your 1eal su1rlprise will
bp after a1boit two weeks' 11se, when
you will see new ha- fin e andl downy
at. first- yes---lhtt. really new hI r
51(roliting out all over youir sealp
1)alderi no is, wve belleve, the only atre
hair grower: destroye r of danidruiff and
cur me for itchy scu1lp and It never falls
to stop falling hatir at once.
.1f you lwnt to prove how pretty 11111
soft your Iir11 really is. 111o Isten a
(loth1 with a little landerine and care
fully draw it through your halir--tk
ing one sliall strand at a 1111e. Your
1111r will be soft, glossy and bealtiful
in .ilst a few momllilts--a delightful
Spr*11is'lie Iwaits everoylne who tries
* Withrop Collegre Notes.*
Winthrop College, Oct. 23.-A C
respo denc c'l ubVo l has bO en "' rganized
at W\inthrop(1 ('ohllege forI the purpose (15
of' keeping (ourl ele0li (It th1e stale ini
touch:1 wvith tile lif'e at Winthriop
thrioughi tihe mled ium of thle coun11ty pa
per's. T'he club Is comp losed (If for'ty3
four member1 lCls, onet tfroni rec Ii(oun lty3
ini Sou th Cartoli na.
W~iinthriop col lege oplenled I le sess10i
of I it-' 15 w ithi a Ilrger nmber' oIf
Ilall diuing the summllier thus mal~kinlg
oib(5le~i th adm 1( IIittano a l arO0' niger'
numiiber thban usu.9I
The1 inime and( inlluience of Winthrop
Conin ue to spr'ead, liecontly13, li)r.
.Johnson has been asked by tile l'ana
una l'xposi8t ion ant hoilltes Io send( ani
e'xhibit I romi the W\inthri uop farin neonl,
to1 tile 'xiposit(in ilext year. Thbis
school1, whlichl is under Ithe supervisin
of Lauriens 5COunt to13 know11 thiat. the
county is fourltht in Ithe numnber oft
girl a' t Winthr op. There01 has bl(een
recently formiled at. WI intro(1 a1 Laurensi'i1
County' club whichI weu hope will serve'(
to bring us nearn t''Ioge'thler and~ keep
u1s In touch w~'ih each oter' and1 ourl
huomei COunity. At ai recenlt me1etinlg of
elected : Miss Marie Phil pot, priesident;
Miss .Julia Owens, v'Ciceresiet ;Miss
Guissio Miller', seertar'y; and Miss
Winnie .Jeans, trieasurerci. 'There ar ie
ai num~lber of new'. studen~its fronm ourii
cotunty this year', includling Mllss
Julia Owens, Kate Shtands, I noez I id
gens, Mar'y bairksdale, EIlizabilethl
Moseley, Mar'y Wilkes, Mar'garet D)un
lap, ~llMi14le irving, Marmy Burton, Ethel
Clhandler, Lois Chiandier, .Janie lloyd
ifudgens and~ Anntie May D~onnan.
Laur11ens is also well represented In
the senior11 class thIs year. Aulmong those
who wvill gr'aduate are0 MIsses Enmma
Cooper, Winie -eanis, Maie Philpot,
Ethel A. Wofford, Winnl, andf Azile
A. M_. W.
Bee Brand S1
To every meal. A dash
Bee Brand way, will impro
The deep pungent aroma -
by patient grinding in esp<
no other way can the pure
Bee Braiid Pepper at
handy air-tight tins---equipi
more than other kinds. I I
FRANK & I.1-)FORD
LI'Itl 10NS COTTON .\ILL! ST4
JI. .\. PIll1,POT
TO)D. SYI.\PSON & CO.
J. A. FRANKS
After Four Years of Discouraging
Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Cave
Up in Despair. Husband
Came to Rescue.
Catron, Ky.-In an interesting letter
from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock
writes as follows: "I suffered for four
years, with womanly troubles, and during
this time, I could only sit up for a little
while, and could not walk anywhere at
all. At times, I would have severe pains
in my left side.
The doctor was called in, and his treat
ment relieved me for a while, but I was
soon confined to my bed again. After
tIat, nothing seemed to do me any good.
Beef and M
Cattle are kept for two purposes;
duction and for milk production. To d
they must be healthy. There is noti
keep them in confinued good health
them well quiickly when sick, than a fe
Bee Dee STE
- Stirs up the liver-Drive
disease poisons away.
chait ofohes Yt
day, week after week, le
their fingers that should b<
keep them comfortable aryd
EARNING POWER ie/ C
start a bank account N'O\
Make OUR bal
N. B. DIAL, Pro,
>ices Add Zest
of pure pepper ground the
ve you meal a thousand fold.
Bee Brand Pepper is secured
:cially constructed mills. In
rich flavor be obtained.
d other Spices are packed in
)ed with sifting-tops. Cost no
)c at leading grocers.
re A Few.
)Il RlNN E DY BROS.
IIFNNETT & OWENS
A. L. MAHAFFEY
J. II. SULLIVAN
I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
and I gave ip in despair.
At last, my husband got me a bottle of
Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I com
imenced taking it. From the very first
dose, I could tell It was helping me. I
can now walk two miles without its
tiring me, and am doing all my work."
If you are all run down from womanly
troubles, don't give up In despair. Try
Cardul, the woman's tonic. It has helped
more than a million women, In Its 50
years of continuous success, and should
surely help you, too. Your druggist has
sold Cardul for years. He knows what
it will do. Ask him. He will recom
mend it. Begin taking Cardul today.
1l'dte to: chattanooa Mornlne C.$ La
Advisory Dept.. Chattn ga. Tenn., for
!,Wtructionason your case and 64- g ok 4ome
Tfeatnient for Women." "eat in V1ai wrape. J49
for beef pro
o either right Any time any of my cat
iing better to tie get anything wrong
or to tiake with them I give them a
w doses of-- lew doses of B ee De e
S T O C K ME.DICINEH.
0OCK They soon get weli.
John S. Carroll.
>ICINE Moorhead. M...
25c, BOc and $1. per can.
At your dealer's.
) BE OLD AND
:NN1LE.SS IS A
RE YOU PUT TING
ONEY IN THE
ANK FOR THE
pitiful than the Bight of
ent on the assistance and
rmany go along, day after
tting money slip through
a piling up in the bank to
independent when their
ONE. Why- don't YOU
rik YOUR bank.
LI Bank of Laurens
C. H . ROP ER. naahier