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[ffrCTS Of MAYR STOMACH REMEDY
Sufferers Fiud Swift Relief by Use of among thousands. This remedy Is
This Remarkable Treatment. know a d used troughout the ' I
- -ed States. It has it record of results
stontach sufferers in the Southeast and proof.
en11d. in fact, all over the country have Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Heie
fouditl rntarkable and efficient results dy Clears the digestive tract o1' 11
dfron IIe use of' -Mayr's Wonderful cold acerctions and poisonous matter.
Stoillacl itemedy. It brings swift relief to suiforers front
Man ,y htav'e takent this remedy and tell alments of the stomach, liver and
'odiay of th- bencits they received. Its bowels. Many declare its saved
effe-t u('11 10e quIckly-the first (lose them from dangerous operations and
col inuces. liere is what two Carolina manY are sure it has saved their lives.
:v'olIs have written: We want all people who have chron
\\. IK. i)\Vi'NPol T, Parker, N. C.- le stomach trouble or constipation, no
'o'er y:Irs I have suffered from a dis- matter of ]ow long standing, to try
eaF* which puzAled doctors. I heard one dose of Mayr's Wonderul Stom
of otol- Ieiedy and one bottle gave och Remedy-one dose wpf Convince
'm1 rellep . Your full treatment has yot. This I the medic,)fi so many
t-4 t' r'ed mil e." ,of our people have bepU taking with
.; E. ItWIN, Winston-Folein, N. C. st'l-rilng results lie most thot
--" aim satisiled through personal Use I s cl e r
of t h... PowerIs of your r-enedy. You Mayris Wonderful Stomach Iteiciey Is
h.a\ saved liy life." low sol( here by Lalutens I'rug Co.
s' statemieniti coite front letters and druggists every fresl.
To Our Customers and Friends:
n accountd of the ciose mars in on vhicom
we are comelle to w~oldl(, acr the extra nork
on our ofmice force, we are forced to make a
change in oilr credit (Iepartmielt. In the fu=
ture we cannot extend credit on meal and
hulls for a longer timie than thirty days, and
no further credit can be extended on an ac
count that has been running over thirty days.
We will make no exceptions to this rule, so
please do not ask It as we will only have to
We are not doubting the honesty of any
one, but conditions make this change neces
sary. We believe we can mi-ake closer prices(
on our products under this new systemi and
in this way be in better position to serve the '
public tha-n ever before.
Thanking you for th e business you have
trgi veai us in the past and hoping to have the
pleasure of serving you again, rte are,
LAURENS OIL MILL
BraA. kh Southern Cotton O 1 jomnpany
By E. S. HUDGENS, Manager
Laurens, S. C., Oct. 27th, 1914.
Tw lv aonsftecoemagno hc
tECUe we anot oyveedceionmaad
hullais for. atltlt( u loectime thntit/asn
counte ~C tha as bet erunig vrthry as
Whmee wis ll' make nom ex(cepin to th i1ues
ploe avs. ontaki sw ilol aet
Wet for e. Tn o dobingtehnst.fay
Fresh Caes beraeveries Caelern prtcer
peiathies wayb Thnksgiving Begnoseartions vh
"Thein Co ornte businersso hv
Phoe uN te atn 183Promt Deaveryh
pleasreCo s'hern yougustusw Gre Hat
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Fl~~OSO, By E.RSON S. KHDGEN M JJang~e Sin
Laurens, S. C, Ot 7h 94
Twelveiu Co~u aentionsgvni Cnon ecsd
S ould~e Pauytt BaYour atcei llSae ors
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* JONES NEWS., *
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Jones, Nov. 9.-There will be work
in the 14. A. degress at the next regu
lar communication of Urewerton
Lodge on the 4th Saturday at 2 1. M.
and the members are urgently request
ed to be present.
We are very grateful to Rev. Rt. F.
Morris of Princeton for having given
us a monthly appolitimient the past
year ald trust he may return to us
Our school 1a progressing favorably
under the elficient management of Mrs.
G. L. Graham and we cordially invite
everyone to send in their children.
'Dr. W. T. Jones has resumed prac
tiee and will appreelate the patronage
of his friends.
We acknowledge with thanks an in
vitation from Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo
Bates of Batesburg to the marriage of
their daughter Elise to lion. W. 11.
Nicholson, of UGreen wood, on the 106th
le are ilidebted to State Treasurer
S. T. Carter, Capt. .101111 1Lawson, Mlr.
G. W. Jenkhins and other friends for
kind lavors While in Colimbila.
itornli 7th inst. to M1r. aild Mirs. Archie
ini111lls, a sonl.
\\ile in Columbia we had the ploans
ure'l of, meeting ourl emilsinl Dr. WV. Har
nicy mit, o Dillon. D)r. Smith waI.
rerIed In Ihis smelion and his fi nd's1(k
wil be pleised to h. rn that. lhe is in
good lialth and is iiosperilg in his
Mr. Dr. W. T. Jones, Walter and
Frank .lones and Mr. G. L. Graham at
tended the home coming quartcriy
meeting at Mt. Bethel last Satuirday.
'i'lTere was a good attendance and all
enjoyed the delightful occasion.
After a lingering Illness of many
months Mr. .T. R. Cothtan passed away
on 3rd inst and was laid to rest the
following day at Fork Shoals. Mr.
Cothran was a splendid gentleman and
was held in the highest esteem by all
of his acquaintances. We tenderly
sympathize with the sorely bereaved
SUFFERiEl) TWENTY-ONE YEARS
FINAiLY FOUND RE LIEFi
Ilaving suffered for twenty-one
years with a pain in my side, I linally
have tound reliet inl Dr. K 11m er's
Swain p-Itoot. In1jections of imlorphinie
We1r, my Only relief for short periods
of timo. I becamue ;o sick that I had
to un1tdergo a surgical operatioti in
New Orleans. which henellted ma for
two years. \Whiien the saimie pain came
back one, uday I was so sick that I gave
i) hop s of liviig. A friend ndv-ised
mel lo tr *y your liwam)-I toot and I at
olce commintened (l using it. Tihe irst
botle did me so muich good that I p
ciaised t wo more hottles. I aim now
on my seconld bottle and ain feeling
lik, a new wonian. I passed a gravel
stonn as large as a big red bean an1d
several simaller ones. I have not had
the lIeast feeling of pain since taking
your SBwamp-Root and I feel it imy du
ty to recotmend this great medicine
to all suffring huii man ity. Fratefully
itides 'ar. leho, La.
P e rsonialily Ippeared b''llefore mie, tis
:;taimmient and 'mad~.e oathI that the samen
is truie, ini subst anci anid in fact.
Dr. hllimer & (',
Senid ten eknts to Dr. Kilmer' & Co.,
Bizinghamton, N. Y., foir a sample sIze
ibottlIe. it will convince anyone. You
will also r'eceive a booklet of valua
ble infor'mation, telling about the kid
nicys and bladdler. Whien wiriting. be
surie anti ment ion the Laur'ens Week
13y Adv1ertiser'. Regular fifty-cent and
otie-dollar i size bottles for' sale at all
* YOU'NOM NEWlS, *
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Younogs, Nov. 9.-A\ tenantt house on
i. .Jnuo. Hunrdett's place, ccuiipied by
I ligh Ilivman, was burned a few days
ago. Almost not hing was savedi. Thie
family Is now (in 31ir, 11. (1. 1 iairris'
Mir. Austlin Aber'crombile has gone to
Green vil le on business.
Er'in and WVorth Aberecromnbio visited
.\1 . 0. Danvis' familly at Laur'ens Saut
iurday and Sunday.
Mr. Doniio Wilkie andI sisteir, Mliss
Rosa, of .Noth CarolIna, are visiting
heir brIothers Mesirs W. II. andi~ C. E'.
Mr'. lloberti Mills1 had a severe attack
of heart trouble last Friday night.
We arie g2lad that Mrs. J1. J1. Manley
who has bieen sick for some time, was
aide to lie ouit. riding ini their auitomio
.\irs. A lexanader Aber'crombie and
mothler' vlsited Mir. Thomas arineill's
familiy in the Dial section a few days
Blear' in miind that Chamber'lain's
Tablets not only 'move the bowels but
iprove the appetite and strengthen
the digestion. or ale by all dena...'
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* CROSS HILL NEWS. *
Cross Hill, Nov. 8.-Mr. and -Mrs. H.
L. McSwain entertained quite a num
ber of young people last Friday night
at a llallowe'en party, in honor of Miss
Cora Grifin. At the front door the
guests were confronted by a large
pumpkin ghost, Just 0>posite a witch
held a broom over which they were
forced to jump before entering. The
guests were received by Misses Grifin
and Turner who unshered them into the
sitting room which was beautifully
decorated with autumn leaves, puip
kins and chrysanthemums. The color
scheme was yellow and white. -One
of the most interesting features of the
evening was the cutting of the wedding
cake. Miss Lizzie Griflin cut the wed
ding ring and Mr. Luther Watkins the
diamond. A delielous salad course fol
lowed by hot chocolate was served.
About, twenty coulples enjoyed Mlr. and
'Mrs. McSwain's hospitality.
LAXATIVE FOR OLD
Salts, ('tilomel an1d Pills n4t on Liver
anid liwels like pepp(e ats in Nos.
Irils - Dhnger
("(t 'I 10-cent hox now.
.\Most oll il-ople iusit gIve to the
h'ow\.els sole I'gillar help, else they
suffer Ir'oal (e1s3 ipatiol. Ilie condi
tini is pertetv 1at111al. It, is just
:s nalural as 11 i folr ol peopl e to
wn-!M slowly. Pr ago is nevelr So ne
tive , youtlh. The mutiisclos are less
elast i. And the howels are IIIIIsle5.
So all old people ived ('asearets.
On Inight as well refuse to aid weak
r'yes with glasses as to neglect this
gentle aId to weak howIs. Tie bowels
must be kept active./ This is impilior
tant at all ages, bult never so muci
as at fifty. -
Age is not a t ine for harsh physics
Youth may occas nally whip the bow
els into activi.ty But a lash can't be
used every day. What the bowels of
the old need Is a gentle and natural
tonic. One that can be constantly
used without harm. The only such
tonic is (ascarets, and they cost only
10 cents per, box at any drug store.
They work while you sleep.
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* (COLD POINT NEWM.
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Cold Point, Nov. 9.-Messrs. Mansel
Owings and Drayton Mahaffey ad
dressed tle Sunday school at. Mt.
I'leasanti. Sunday afternoon. They mta(le
interesti ng talks and had. an attentive
Mr. Oct. 'i'eague of Greenvil le, visit
ed his mothe r,Mrs. Sue Teagu e, last
Mr. Ilenry Lawience has r'etu rned
from Floilda .\lr. Gary Spearman aid
Miss Jessie Mae Bryson visited Miss
Ella May Moorc Satulay and Sunday.
.\1r. Car-l Wharton made a butsiless
triip to Cold Point Saturday.
Mis. J.N. Boyd of Sptar1tanbuI'g, 1a
visiting relatives here this week.
Mi. john ). Ilunter has gone to
Dials whee lie begins teaching this
Thle in is with u is again. h)i1t we
at'e glad to Say lhat our sweet pot ii ms
are. untder' t'over~ anti a good deal1 of
gr'ain has beeni sownt.
Aged 1.3ady3 Passed Away nii Jfi
lionme in A bblet ille on Mat urday.
Mres. Amanda Moore, gratndmtothier
of Mr's. J. D. Moore, of this city and
of Senator J. Moor'e Matrs and Mir. ..
IIowar'd Moore, ot Abbeville, died at
her home in Abbeville Saturdtay af
ternoon. She was 93 years of age. The
biurial took place at Cokesburty Suntday
aftetrnoon, the services being coniduct
ed b~y R1ev. S. 0. Cantey, piastor of the
Abbevllle Met hodist (churchcl.-Green
SICK, SOU R STOMACH,
INDIGESTION OR GAS
Ta'ke "Pape'its Diipeplslin" andio In ilie
intes youl'll wondler whaiit beenme111
(of 31lsery ini SfAmnehi.
Wondler whait. uipset yourt stomiachi
wleh(1 p)ort Ion of thle food did( the dam31
age -dot you? W~ellI, (Ioni't bot her. if
youru stomach Is In a revolt ;if sour,
ate has fernmen ted 'i nto stu bbor'n
lumps; hiead dizzy a~ id aches; belch
gases and acids antd c'iuctate unidigest -
edl food; breathi foul., tongue coated
just take a little Papy' l lajteps!n and
in flve minutes yoit wonder' whait be
cam ii- of thle In dIgestion antd dI1strtess.
.\illIons of men and women todaiy
knowi t hat it is3 Ilf'lletss to hatve a bad1(
si omnch. A little lI Oa 10()sin oc('asin
ally3 keeps thIs dleliclalte ot'gana regislat
edl and they eat. thleir favorIte fotods
It' yoitur s-t omaich doesnii't I ake~ care
oif your iber13'ual limit wv iout r tebel lion;
If your food I(laidamage instead of a
hiel p. remombher' thle (Ilckest, surest,
m'ost. htarmtless relieof Is Paple's Diapiep
sin which costs only fIfty cents for' a
large case at drtuig storecs, It's truly
wonderful--it tdigests food and sets
things straight so gently and easily
that it is really astonishing. lglase
for your sake, on't go on anti otn wIth
a weak, disordered stomach; lt's so uin
CALOMEt SIKMSN! IT'S BORRIBL[!
DONT STAY BILIQS, CONSTIPAT[D
I guarantee "Dodson's Liver Tonic" will give the best
Liver and Bowel Cleansing you ever had.
Calomel makes you sick; you lose a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone
day's work, Calomol Is quicksilver and I under my personal guarantee that it
it salivates; calomel injures your liv- will clean your sluggish liver better
or. . than nasty calonel; It won't Make you
If you are billous; feel lazy, sluggish sick and you can eat anything you
and all knocked out, if your bowels are Iant without bbing salivated. Your'
constipated and your head aehes or druggist guarantees that each spoonl
stomach is sour, jtst take a spoonful ful will start your liver, clean your
of harmless Dodson's liver Tone In- bowels and straighten you up by morn
stcad of' using -sickening, saliva ing or you get your money back. chil
calonel. )odson's Liver Toi e dren gladly take Dodson's liver Tone
liver medicicne. You'll know nextj because it is pleasant tasting and
iae doesn't gripe or cranip or nake them
morning because you w~ 11 ako up sick.
feeling line, your liver "Vill e work- I am selling millions of bottles of
ing, your headache and dizilness gone, )odson's Liver Tone to )eo)le who
your stomach will be sWeg.t and bowels have found that this pleasant, vegeta
regular. You will feel like working. ble, liver medicine takes the plnce of
You'll be cheerful; full of vigor and dangerous calonmel. Buy one bottle Oil
ambition. my sound, reliable guarantee. Ask your
)'our- druggist or dealer sells you a d druggist about, me.
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WH AT 7- GIE THA1 LTU AIYUIN1E L EC
7 e /a S
* ITIIKN.O O TORMME0HOEWOHV
S ETET YOU WILL SEPT!I OATHL
IUY LASIND GOFT YO TOU SRE.E TOSE WDO T VEOW
SWHAT TO GIVE THEM, LET US AID Y'OUJIN THlE SELLC
5 lION. WI WILL RE PLEASED TO HELP YOU AND THE0
PICEI WILL. BE ONL Y WtIIA T OUR? GO)OD GOODS AREL
a FLEMIgG ,BROTHERS
S es S. C. 0
It Makes Hens Lay
Gets the laying hens into the egg-a-dlay class and
starts uip the lazy ones. Puts life and vigor into the wvhole
flock nodi gives a healthy relishi to the feed.
Costs but a trifle--+the extra eggs pay for it many times over. Come in and
let us prove to you that it will make hens lay. If it fails, we alli give you your
money back. 25-lb. pail only $2.50. In packages at 25c., 50c. and! .0~0.
J. C. SCH-ELL & CO. J. A. FRANKS
TODD,'SIMPSON & CO. MAHAFFEY & BABB 4
SBI G FAT T UR..KEY
OR ANY OTHER. OF LIFE'S
LUXURlES ARE EASIEST FOR
THlE MAN WITH THF IG6 FAT
BANK / COUNTA YOO CAN
HAVE ONL EN YOU START
Well, are we all going to be thankful Thanksgiv
ing day? Yes, those of us who are enjoying health
and prosperity. This year your money in the bank
has piled up until it looks very comfortable. You
- can enjoy your turkey. If you just get a bank ac
* count anmu keep feeding it all next year it will be a
BIC, FAT BANK ACCOUNT.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
Enterprise National Bank of Laurens
N. B. DIAL. Pres. C. H. ROPER Cashier