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OWE MY HEALTH
Mr. C. N. Petersen, dealer in fine
boots, shoes and cigars, No. 132 South
Naiin St., Council Bluffs, Iowa, writes:
"I cannot tell you how much good
P'eruna has done ic. Constant con
linemuent in my store began to tell
on my health and I felt that I was
gradualiy breaking down.
"I tried several remedies prescribed
by my physleian, but obtained no per
manent relief until I took I'eruna. I
felt better immedintely. and five bot
ties restored moe to compllete health.
- I have been in the best of spirits
Finoeo. and feel that I owe liy health
Catch Cold Easily.
Mir. Arthur 0. l'eterson. R. F. D
21, Pox 'A. Oraro. W*iscon~sin. lie
was hi the habit of catching cold
Ie says: "It has been seven
-in 'rthi now since I have taken any
3'erran In- I haven't felt the least
i reu -f (.'I since., ard I am positive
that I a-n nt'w rid of the tendency to
h . . . 1'eruna is a wonderful
Th-, weho object to liquid medi
cn now procure Peruna Tab
N. B. DIAL A. C. TODE
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Enterprise Bank Building, Laurens, S.C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Money to loan on Real Estate-Lonp
If you could take out an in
surance policy that would
guarantee your horse or
mule against colic for fifty
cents you would hurry to do
so, would'nt you?
Dr. Boyd's Sure Pop
is colic insurance in drop form.
60i drops instant ly relieves sever
est case. Price 50c and $1 a bot Lie.
No drenching. Results guaran
teed or money refunded by
For Sale by
Dr. T. L. Timmermar
People's BanJ< Building
Laurens, S. C.
Is Common Troublk
Should Be Treated in Blood
To Prevent Recurrence.
There are' siccessfuil gargles that stopt
soreness ha thre throat, but to. prevent their
incessant return, the blood must bo put in
order. Thie best remedy i N. N. S., its It
influe'nces all the fiin-'tions of the hodly to
nttralize tihe irritar Is or waste prodhucts
and to stuinirhate~ tii ir excretIon through
R emtcsore ID roant is a dangerous
IndientIon, as lt gne ns that the blood Is
loaded withb more 'a e aeid tihan the' kid
Jiey enn excrete, ht ii may thus lead to
serius general distutrb~anc,'.
The action of N. N. N. stimunlateq celiiular
Activity. It prevents the netimiilation of'
Irritants in locnl spott it enailes the
arteries to suihply iuictkly the new reid
blood to replace worn-out tissue.
F~or this rearson uric ncid that finds tihe
throat nn easy pirey to Its breaking-down
influence, Is seat reredl and riliinterd. in
other words. S. N. N. prevents chu'rnie con
ditlons by enablIng allu bhe nous liunng's
of the body to secrete healthy mucus, its
influence is shown iiu a muarke'd Improve
ment of tire brronchin I tubres, wherebuy thre
huskIness of volt-e with thIck, grayi'h ux
pectorations Is overcomei. N. S. S., wiell
dIluted wIth watr cin.ennais a blood bath,
inc l s welconme to n uy stomach and at
one ts into thei bloud.
S. . H. Is free of r'lt minernis and con
rtains ingredilentis wonderfullhy conduIcive~' to
'You can gut It at any drug sifore, 'but do
not accept anytin" ele. 'ITher" Ia daing-r
In siubstitutits. N. .~. N. is pre'par ed outly by
~lheSwift rpeclile ('o., 52~8 Swift- lhdr.,
itlantn, (ln. Outr Mulenil I top?. wilt give
W:ut free i l'-H no > e I 'l n any sut'deet
F>ci blood c.lcah i . Di toI.h:y
Lovely Ieception in Honor of Mr. and
Mrs. L. BI. Dillard by Miss Lilat Di.
Clinton, Nov. 9.-On Thusday after
noon Miss Ola Young was hostess to
the young ladies embroidery club.
Saturday afternoon Miss Lila Dillard
gave a lovely reception in honor of
Mirs. L. 13. Dillard. The guests were
met at the door by Mrs. James R. Cope
land and invited into the parlor, where
they met the receiving line-Miss Lila
IDillard, Mrs. L. 11. Dillard Miss Mary
)iliard, Mlrs. \V. J. Bailey, Mrs. ,Ioe
Hi. Phinney, Mrs. Henry J. Winn, .\rs.
MleCraw, Mrs. M. J. McFadden and
Mrs. J. P. Jacobs. After speaking to
the receiving line Mrs. J. W. Copeland
und .lrs. A. H. Spencer Invited them
into the (ining room which was pre
sided over by Aisses Clara Duckett
nd .\Iollie lanson and delicious cream
and cake weic served by .lisses .lessie
V)inar, inez MlCraw and Zee Wright,
after which they were invited to a
most attractive corner of the porch
where delicious punch was served by
\Is. William I. Owens, Jr., of Wash
ingtotn, 1). C., and \lrs. William C.
larper. The parlor was lovely with
wh ite chirysanthemuims and Ie dining
room with ferns and yellow chirysan
.\is. 1L. 11. i)ilalrd who was Miss
Wrennaf lfner of Chester taught here
two years ago and made many friends
who are delighted to have her make
Clinton her home.
ir. and .rs. 11. .1. Winn who were
married on last Tuesday night reached
Clinton Wednesday and are at home
with .lMrs. W. iH. Shands on Calvert
Avenue. irs. Winn was liss Anna
Kate Fewell of Rock 1ill and was in
Clinton last year with Jacobs & Co.
She is very popular with the young
people here and will receive a warm
Miss Lettle Abell is the attractive
guest of Mrs. J. Lee Young.
Mrs. L. 1. Kennedy and daughter
returned to their home in Spartanburg
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Owens, Jr., re
turned to their home in Washington
on Tuesday after visiting their many
friends and relatives in Clinton the
past month. Mfr. and Mirs. Owens are
very popula r in Clinton and numbers
of social affairs have been given in
Ohir honor diiring their stay here.
VO'i l.ilt NKE)S
it Quity i0,t1eloVes 0indruiy, Stops
l'n 'dinr flair and Scalp I1t4-h.
If your hair' is full of dandruIff, thin,
streakiy. dull1 anld never will dto 111) 10
look preoI y you can alI most. iminledi
ately rem~ove the cause. Iaking iU
1eaiifuall tlick and iluify by the ISe
of I'isia Sage oe of tle most help
Iu1 and iivigorating hair and scalp
'arisitan Sage not only saves your
iair but -stimulvte* the hair roots and
nfurnishles th nour ish nit needed to
make it grtow long, abutiant and radi
-ant. with life. .luist on' application re
moves ever'y trace of dandruff andt
stOp~s scalp itch-eyoj r hair becomes
.soft and~ fluffy with' an incomparable
gloss, beauty and charm.
You cannot 1he disappointed wit~h
t.hils harmless and delicately perfumied
tonic for there is nothing so good for
your hair, It is easily applied at home
and costs but a trifle from the TIuu..
rena Drug Co. or any drug counter.
WI LL SE LL lIE1) (itSS SE.\ LS.
Quarter of Million Meal~s Ordered for
4oth Carolinta by Seal CommissIon,
Colum iibia, S. C.--Nov. 9.--in spitei
of unuiisutal bi sintess coniditIionis the
wvotrk of t ho lied Cross Seal ('oimmtis
sioni in Soth Catrolinta is prtogressing
sti''aitrs1u.y'. The iiagniiitude of then
utndertaking tmay Ihe seni from thei'
size (of the~ ord er for sealis anmd adver
tising tunat''rial, which the Aineri(can
lRed ('ross Association lha- recently
sh iplped to the (Commbll sion' s headqtutar
ters5 at. Columiail~~ . Thte orderIi consists
of 2.;0,000d seal s, 20,000 cinvelopes, .,,t000
en velopie slips andmi 2,0001 enardis. Thlie
act Iv~e sellinag season Cotr themc seals is
frtom TPhan ksgivitng to Chiistmnas. Duir
ing November this great imass of ma
terial will he (distribuitedl to the mainy
1publ1ic spir'ited men and womnen
throghout the State, whio have con
senitedi to net as agents. As evidence
of th hearty spirit of cooper'ation met
with on all Isidles may be cited the
fact that the Southern Expr'ess Co.
has generously agreed to handle the
commission's shipments free of charge
A Red Cross Chtristmasq Seal booth
was conducted at the State Fair wveek
before last in Columbia. Plans are ont
foot to maintain similar booths at the
county fairs, notably in Spartanbu rg
The whole movemetnt takes on new
interest from the fact that a special
Anti-Tuberculosis Conference for thme
south Is to he held in Atlanta the last
week in November. Prominent South
Carolinians In various sections of the
State ate being Iinvited to ttiend. IIeed
5S.a h. v'x intive seciretary of the fled
(Cross Chriilstmas S3eal Comm ission, has
been1 apjDpointed onae of the v'ice-p)resi
* * * * * * ** ** ** *4* ** **
* In NEMORIAM. *
Whereas Almighty God, our heaven
ly Father, the great Chancellor Com
mander of the universe has seen fit in
his all-wise providence to remove from
the active scenes of this life our de
parted friend and brot er, J. Mac Bry
son; and whereas Brother Bryson was
one who, by his daily walk and con
versation exemplified in no uncertain
manner the -principles for which all
true Pythians stand, and the princi
ples that knit together the hearts of
Damon and Pythias in one of the
world's finest instances of friendship,
therefore be it resolved:
1. That in the death of Brother Dry
son, Pythianism in general, and ILaU
rens Lodge, No. 43, in particular has
lost a loyal and devoted Knight, that
the church has lost an honored fnd
consistent member, and that humanity
in general a sincere and symipathetle
2. That although our hearts are
saddened by reason of our loss, we bow
in meekness and submission to the
will of the Father, looking forward
with hope and joy to the glorious re
union in that castle hall above whose
builder and maker is God.
3. That the heartfelt sympathy and
love of this lodge is hereby tendered to
the surviving members of his family
and to the large circle of friends and
relatives wvho have been caused to sor
row by reason of his departure.
4. That a page of our minute book
be suitably inscribed to his memory,
and that copies of these resolutions be
sent to the bereaved family, and to the
J. F. Tolbert,
C. F. Brooks,
J. R. T. Major,
Despondency Due to InIlgestilon.
It is not at all surprising that per
sons who have indigestion become dis
couraged and despondent. Ihere are a
few words of hope and cheer for then
by Mrs. Blanche Bowers, Indiana, Pr.
"For years my digestion was so poor
that I could only eat. the lightest foods.
I tried everything that I heard of to
get relief, but. not until about a year
ago when I saw Chamberlain's Tablets
advertised and got a bottle of them.
(1d(d I find tho right treatment. I soon
began to litprove, and since taking a
few Iottles of thein my digestion is
fine." For sale by all dealers.
LYON SUES FELDEIR.
Clalins Latter leeelied Him . by Se'.
ing Worthless Stock.
Atlanta, Nov. 7.-Alleging that
Thonas 1). l-elder, a well-known At
lan ta attor'ey and ('iu) an11t "ntload
ed $2,500 of personal stock inl tihe
Provident. Trust and Sectt ur1eity ('otm
pany ott hin, .1. i-raser Lyon, fornr
attorney general of South Carolina in
litigation out of which Felder's firmn
miade $150,000 in fees, and throtgh the
friendship this formed Felder profess
ed great gratitutde toward Lyon and
said he wanted to (10 something for Itim
in a "perfectly prop~er way" so Ito sold
him this stock, fna the company' af
terward went under.
Mtr. Felder says it is true that he
sold Lyon the stock but thoughtt it a
good investment, and himself lost soy
eral thoutsantd dollars when the con
cern went to the wall.
MEMORJALI TO MRS WILSON.
Fund4 for C'hristian Ednention of
Atlatnta, Ca., Nov. 7.---Definite plants
for a memorial for MIrs. Woodirow
Wilson,. to b~e known as the ''lb-nt
IWilsont l"und for t he Chrtiistian dtn
tion of .\ftatint Y'ouths;," werte laid
todiay at a mee ct ing her'e of inter' t 'd
women't. A letfer' fr'otm P'rsidlent Wit
sontt appinig thet mtovemtt't was read.
'The plant 'ontemptiat es a nat ion-wble
app)Ieal for funds to ('airy ottt lthe edu
O11icc of C'omptr'oller of the Currency.
Wanshington, D). C., Aug. 31, 191.1.
WIlIEItEAS, by satisfactory evidentce
presented to the tundetrsignted. it htas
been1 madec to appiear that "EON'TER
PRJISE NATiJONAL BANK OF LAU
RIQ.NS" in thte CITY of LAURNINS,
in thte coutnty of LAURENS, and
State of SOUTII CAROfLINA, has
com-plied with all the provisions
of the Statuttesq of the Uttited
States, requirod to be eomplied with
before an association shall be atuthor'
l'zed to comnience the business of
NOW TR EIIEFORE, I, JOJIN SKELT..
TON WILIA TMS, Comptroller of the
Currency 4hereby certify that
"E0NTEIiRIJE NATIONAL BANK
OF LAUJR 9NS' in the CITY of
L~AURiENs, in the county of LAU
R10NS and State of SOUTH~i
CAROLINA, is authorized to com
mence tho business of Banking as p'o
vided it Section Fifty-one htu ndr'ed
and sixty-nine of thte Revised Stattutes
of the Untited States.
CONVERSION of Enterprise Bank,
Laurens, S. C.
IN TESTIMONY WI [EREFOF witness
my htand and Seal of offiee
(S'eal) this 3tst day of AU!GUSTi,
.JNO. SK1EI/rPON WIrLLIAMS,
Comnp1 roliler' of thte Cu rrency,
cational work. The memorial has the
support of the board of home missions
of the Southern Presbyterian church.
Mrs. Wilson was a native of Georgia.
During her life she devoted much of
her time to the increasing of educa
tional opportunities of mountain clil
dren in the South.
POLLOCK RECEIVES TOKEN.
Florence People Present Hims With
Cheraw, Nov. 7.-The lon. W. P.
Pollock received this week from the
people of Florence a very handsome
solid silver pitcher as an evidence of
esteem and appreciation of his ser
vices during the last campaign in rid
ding the State of Bleaseisin. lie is
proud of this token and of the senti
ment which prompted it. Byit a happy
coincidence it was received by him on
the anniversary or his wedding, and so
it has an added charm.
G dThe mo1stI
ood the 1. s. Ag
farmlers in al
For the 11atic.M
to 7 tons of I
sorts of soil,
of seed per a
dS equals timoth
not become a
It is now sell
Forage eel ""t ep
Silage money next 3
IA IIIS 00M
84 acres known as the Jones land
bounded by lands of L,. Z. Wilson and
W. Z. Ball with 7-room cottage, good
tenant house, good barns and out
buildings. Price $50.00 per aere, 1-4
cash, balance. 1, 2 and 3 years.
2 acres, more or less, in town of
C. D. Taylor farti. bottided by hlands
of Charlie Irby, itush Powers, Rlsssell
piattison, vith dwelling and out
bu ildings. Price $1,(n00. All cash.
2 acres, ore or less. in town of
Simpsonville, Greenville coun-ty,
known as .1. II. Goodwin's house and
lot and bounded by )r. IHoward and
J. A. Todd. as beautiful cottage,
nicely located. Price $2500. All cash.
19 acres of land near Owings. a part
ojf Mrs. 11. 0. WillIs' farm, bounded
by J. M. Owvings- and land of Mrs. BI.
0. Willis. $100 per acre.
One acre of land aRhd 8.-room dwell
ing in the growing town of Gray
.Court, bounded by lands of J. WV. Welli
and J. 1, Owings, has fine barn, fine
well water and tank, in 3100 yatds ol
Gray Court-Owings Institute. Pric<
500 acres on the road leading fronm
GIray Court to Lanford, will be sub
divided into 50-acre lots and cold ori
easy terms. See mte early and securc
51 1-2 acres known as the llalentine
land, bounded by the lands of porte:'
Ililedge and others. Price $30.00 per,
One acre of land with 7-room cot
tage bouttded by lanids of G. Y. 11lel
Intms and Mrs. J. i. iDorroht. Price
40 acres of land, known as part of
the Martin Riddle estate, boundedi by
lands of 10. M. liiddle and~ Mrs. 1E1mina
Owings. Price $40 per- anere.
2 3-4 acres, known as Dutckett house
and lot, bounded by TP. D). Lake and
r-oad leading to Madden station; 1-2
mile of the city limits of Laurens.
218 acres, more or less, known as
0. L. IHunter home, bounded by War
rIor creek, M. H. Hunter, W. J. F~lem
ing and others, with six room dwell
ing andi four tenant houses, well im
proved. Price $9,000.
178 acres of land near Ora, hound
ed by lands of Trom Poole, William
lBryson and others, with good itm
provements, will be sold very, very
Also three unimproved lots at the
Watts Mill will be sold remarkably
chteap. 8'ee me for price.
1 3-4 acres, more or less, known as
E. R. Bllakeley home, hounded by Y. C,
Hiellams, 3. J. Dendy and fronting
Church street. EIght room cottage
and outbuilding, city water, with
lights, Filne pasture. Price $2,500.
The Laned Man Wh4
+ Por Women Only
Dr. Simmons Squaw Vine Compound is prepared expressly for the ailments
of women. It contains ingredients which act directly on the delicate femalA +
+ constitution, mildly and pleasantly-yet it exercises a most beneficial effect
all through the system.
+ DR. SIMMONS
t Squaw Vine Compound
+ Overcomes weakness, nervousness and irritability. Gives prompt relief from
+ the depressing bearing-down , pains, backaches, nausea and Irregularities
which cause so much auffering and despondency. , It has a most happy effect.
Restores strength, renewed hope, cheerfulnessand the energy and will to per- '
Sform the duties of the household which for erly were so trying and distasteful.
Sold by Drugglate and De Price $1.00 Per Bottle
C. F. SIMMONS MEDICI CO., ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
Only One "BROMO QUININB3" Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cue.
To get the genuine, call for full name, LAXA. The worst cases, no matter of how longstandings
TIVu DROMOQUININE. Lookforsignatureof are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
H. W. GROVPt. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stope Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It releves
cough and headache, and works off cold. 25c, Pain and Heals at the same time. 5c, 50c,$1.00
atest Grass Grower From Africa
GROW SUDAN GIASS
vonlderful grass of the age' introduced and endorsed by
-icultural Department highly. Tested severely by the M akes
I parts of Texas and recommended by the Farmers'
ill grow anywhere sorphum 0does from the Atlantic to
ikes more and -better hay than any other plant known. M n
ry conditions produces 300 to 600 lbs of seed and 3
iolce hay per acre the same season. Adapted to all
resisting drought and standing rain. Takes 2 to 4 lbs. .hen
ere In drills and 16 to 24 broadcast. Quality of hay
y and all kinds of livestock prefer it to alfalfa. Will
post. Last spring the seed sold for $2 to $4 per lb. Other
ing for $1 per lb and will go higher as the supply is .
wvill send pure Sudan grass seed for $1 per lb by par
Aid in lots of 50 lbs and under-not less than one lb. ro S
jarger lots by freight cheaper. Better order now and
nd be sure of getting your seed, besides make more ~
ear. Address ELLW IENE FAML1, BOX 15, ALDINE F i'
at Drought--Smiles at Rain
Leal Estate for Sale!
20 acres of land Inside Incorporate 25 acres of land known as B. R.
limits of city of Laurens, with six Todd's home, bounded by lands of 3.
room cottage, three room house and If. Burton, K R. Traynhani and Mrs...
outbuilding, for $2,500. Hosa Lee Craddock. This Is a beauti
Two store rooms, at Watts Mill, fill home at Niride. station on c.
frontIng 50 feet and 50 feet deep. Price W. C. railroad, 5 miles aurens.
$ ,550. This home Was bilit and Improved i
3-i acre of land, bounded by Jeff 1913. Price $2,7;0. Why not buy ti
Sexton, Will Illakeley, and, othe..:s on today?
Mock Street, in city of L .urens; has 11 i-2 1, h owa as 1. II.nhms
six room dwelling, fer' tihe siall stul om e, on ided y A. i. l1tr1', S. J.
of $900. Bus and .lll Naborc. Price $1,660.
3-i aere iore or less, kn, .'n as A. 15 acres, more or lesi, known as the
It. Blurins bomne, In the city (if lAuttrens, H. Ti. McSwaill bonec in Crosa.
b .unded by Boyd Sexton, Geo. Garrett 1111, with a beautiful S-room cottapp
anti fronting on North Harper street, Kee me for )iicog.
with seven room dwelling, outbulid- I ]A acres with slx-rooni dwelling,
ing and fine' well of water. This home two barns, and other outhitildings at
has been recently built in line loca- the Vatt4 Mc
tion and can be bought for $3,200, one. 88 acres, known as p. 0. Smitl's
third cash, balance in one and two home, bounded by S. A. WIlliams,
blehesecerand ferms made eary.iSee
thetearlyave touoffrnyouhat theperts.
1 3-4 acreyouowantna homenorswaht E.
W.isPateton hohometcalltmeAup at.withya
930 acres of landbouowedabypartloc
bone byW R hek e. ladSmithtiecole~lolmiso
dwlln Alnd otutdjoninging. Cotn62.aient
Mac. Burnsand R.nbret andethegAbTris
is a nice piecetofeproaertyendwelling
catedO and goodIlimproandmanmtlandheap
12001acracremornoor aseth, knowneas
the theeprpprrtofotf cou.tyanelOwcngs
who-that bakie-ty esater a nill be olcon ocuc adeoot
sod pricer andters a e e50as.Se ailt.Pie$50Peac.
40 al fyuwntti rpry acres, more or les, knowa as W.V
1R.- aes hofmadkonu h E ryo~ le, bounded by Norh lar
Parie$,70R.0. Smithbar anddinetveirofaterlya
93 ares f lad, kown s pat 2o t cre~ls aflrad nonasl B.ic R.,
h ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~Td' oe ounded by W I heGe mt 3arso lands of Btoi.
W .1. hedersn aid ohers I-1s1a Bton, E. . Lafrd lrymand Mrs.diby
to scool ad chuch. Pice$ fpe det e aoths Narie $tat.on per C.r&
169 cres knwn ~ M. Abert~ W. 1-2 raclroa, knownls from GLyrFn.:
Burn' hmehelnde~ bySamB 'Tisdl home pace ounde byproved in
Is nie peceof rolcrt, ncel 1lo 1er. Price $7.0. Why notbuythi
cate andgoodimprvemets. hea 40 1- acremoerlss, known as'n
at $45 er acrhomeD byonml oboned by J urs . J.
Armsrong, JWm Nbr. brroie 1,660
240 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~1 acres, more riakona te' ihctae aness kownb asdtho
t~r Mt.Owigsplce hondd y1. Prce.5 e M wacr omepae.nCo
Dwel~ng nd theroutbildns.Thi 64 acresofa with 6-room cwllng
wirehas l~f-tim estte ad wilwb d barnsD Oagd othe oumltbulig at
soldat hr iteret a $1,00 ash. Coo WathsMl. Price $800.00 r.
-58 acres, moeokslnown asSmt'
TI.Powr'shom, bundd b T.B.hao'et, bounded byoo. and otheras
TayorTI.1..Smih ad the'sfi e teorl romcDanvelg and otp
roomcotagefor$1,20.ulding. CPhoe $60.
DivideeThevErthe, knw as the Parkse.