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Most Skin Trouble
The Active Principle of a
Famous Remedy Works
Many peojle- iave mtarveled the way
8. S. S. overcolines.S skint troubles. The ex
planation is the falet that S. S. S. works
in the blood and hi Blood ,l, really a miost
Intricate and extraordina'ry tss of arteries
When you coilne to realize that fite skin
and the Ilesih ben:ealth are Coltlposed Of a
network of tiny blood vessels you solve the
There are wondeirful medilinal properlies
In S. S. S. that follow the course of the
blood streams just its natttrally as the itost
nourishing food elimeits.
It Is really a retmarkable remedy. It
eontains one ingredient, tBe active prtiposo
of whiIsl is l teo t situate tI le tissi es to the
healthy sielection (of Its own essential trtil
mient. And the med1ichtia etlents of titis
mnatchless; blood putiler are-1 juis(tas eszenl
tial to wviti e ll i i eed i eal ile' as thet, nutrl
tious eiemttents of 1the mtet B 5s, graitns, ftits
and sugiars of oultr daily food.
Not onle drop of ineras or drugi Is ited
in Its preparatiot. Ask for S. S. 8. and
just lnslst upon hit'nt it. And if yo de.
mire skillful advice adti- enunsel upont anty
Inatter eo tcerning the ltlood and skin, write
to the Meleal 3 trimlteent. lithe Swift.
Speeifc Co., 52) Swi Bldg.. Atlanta, Un.
Do not allow seine zealous clerk's elo
quence over somethitng "Just its good" :ts
S. S. S. to fool you with tie samte olIl
mlneral drugs. le'ware of all stbstitutes.
Jnslat upon 8. S. 8.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
People's Bank Building
Laurens, S. C.
FEEL BILIOUS?7 CALQMI
Don't lose a day's work! If<
achy, take a spoonful o
Listenl to me! Take 110 more sick
eling, salivating ealom-i whenl bilious
or constipated. I)on't lose a day's
Calomtel is ml1ercury or (Itticksilver
which causes netcrosis of the botnes.
Callimel, when it comesp intoconac
with sour bile crashes into it, bre''aking
It up. This Is wheln you feel that aw
fiul nausea and crampinig. If' yoil are
sluggish and 'a'll knocked o'ut," if
your liver is torpil and bowels consli
pated or you have headache, dizziness,
coatei tolgue, if 1)1eath is 1)a( 01
stomach SOur1' Just take a spolfil of
harmless I)odson's Iivel Ton'.
I Iero's 111y gtit ' -o t any
dr'ug store atnd get a 50l cent bottle of'
Dodson 's 1 4erI T[on. iTak a spoonfutl
To Our Customers a
On account of the
we are compelled to0w<
on our office force, we
change in our credit d<
ture we cannot exten
hulls for a longer time
no further credit can L>
count that has been rt
We will make no exce
please do not ask it as
We are not doubtil
one, but conditions ma
sary. We believe we c
on our products under
in this way be in bette
public than ever beforl
Thanking you for 1
given us in the past at
pleasure of serving yoi
Branch Southern C
By E. S. HUDC
Lauren, S. C, Oct 271
NEW YORK CROWD
Uot-haimnites Soon Pierce PresIdenti
Incognito. Forced to Sdip Away,
New York, Nov. 14.--President Wil
soi found tonight Ie could not escape
recognition in New York, even When
lie appeared upon the street. as a pri
vato citizen. lie tried it and failed.
Mr. Wilson announced that he in
tended to spend the evening quietly
at the home of his friend, Col. EG. M.
louse, but changed his miind and at
8:30 o'clock lie and Col. Hlouse start
ed for i stroll on Broadway. They
were atteled only by a couple of
secret service men some distance in
Soon the president and lis oscort
halted for a moment to listen to \ the
music provided at a Salvation Army
opent air imeeting and right thero Mr.
Wilson's incognito came to an end.
"It's Wilsoni! It's President 'Wil
son!" shouted Ithe discoverer.
Instantly the Salvatiolists were ic
sorted as. tile listeners began to fol
low the president and his host. The
secret service mi1en closed in closely.
Two block farther oil a volunteer
street orator (iscussing the .\exican
situation gained (lie iat ionl's chlef
executive as an anditor. Tie preshileit
slled l( ani dstarted oim as the speaker
eul'gized Villa an excoriated ('i
riana. The orator soon1 Wis esorte.,
the throigh trailing tihe president.
The next stop ill tile Wilson itiner
ary was at a suffragist meeting. The
feniminie speaker wis interrupted in
her address as the imundreds who fol
lowed tile president came upl). The
crowd sholiting "Ilurrah for Wilson!"
by this time had gained alarming pro
portions. Two or three New York pa
Irolileln voliiteered to assist tile se
cret service operatives in forcing a
path for the city's distiiguished vis
itor and they began lookilig for a safe
The suggestion was made as they
AMD BOWELS MY WAY
onstipated, Sluggish, Head.
f "Dodson's Liver Tone"
tonight and if it (oesi't straightel you
right till and 'malse you feel ino anid
vigorous ,y iloriln g I want you to go
back to the store ani get your money.
Dodson's Liver i'onue is Gietetroyllig the
sale of cilome) because It Is real liver
medicine; eit rely vegetable. therefore
it can not sa v or make you sick.
I guarnm tk hat. one spoonful of
DO(SOn'S I'(ir Tone will put your
sluggish lit'r to work and 0( clean your
howels of' Ahat soul bile alld colstipat
d1 wvaste which is 'logging your sys
tem id akinklg you feel miserable. I
guamrante310 that a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone will keelp your entire fain
ily feel lng fI ie for 110111hs. Give it
to your ('hild(1ren. It. is hiarnmless;
doesn1't. gipe anld t hey like its ileas
close margin on which
)rk, and the extra work
are forced to niake a,
~partment. In the fu
dl credit on meal and
thait thirty days, and
e extended on an ac
lnn ?ng over thirty days.
ptj $ns to this rule, so
we will only have to
rig the honesty of any
ike this change neces
an make closer prices
this new system and
r position to serve the
the business you have
id hoping to have the
uI again, we are,
otton Oil Company
reached 'Thirty-fourth street 'that they
seek the Waldorf-Astoria hotel. The
hotel was reached safely and the offi
cers made a lane for Mr. Wilson. As
hie gained the door the president turn
ed and waved his hand, crying:'"Good
.bye, I'm going to get away from you
As the crowd surged around the
Thirty-fourth steret entrance- Mr.
Wilson, Col. House and their guar
dians were taken to the second floor
in an elevator and spirited out on the
Fifth avenue side. As they gained the
street the president caught sight of a
painting of Mrs. Wilson in the winodw
of an art store. The president stood
sadly and silently before the window
for a few minutes.
Then the secret service inen haliled
a Fifth avenue bus and in this vehicle
the president, his exploration of the
city ended for the night, rode to the
h1om01e of Col. House.
President Wilson took a complete
rest here today, playing golf during
the morning and taking a long auto
mobile ride in the afternoon. Tonight
lie remained quietly at the home of
Col. E. M. House his personal friend.
During his automobile ride the
president was within a few milles or
Col. Theodore Roosevelt, who is at lils
home in Oyster Bay, but the two did
Attendance at the Fifth Avenue
Presbyterian church and dinner at
the home of Cleveland 11. Dodge at
Riverdale will make up the presildent's
CHILDREN HATE Ol.,
CALOMEL AND PILLS
"Caiiforiia Syrup of Figs" best for
tender stomach, liver, howeds
Look back at your childhood days.
Remember the "dose" mother insisted!
on-castor oil, calomel, eatliartics.
How you hated them, how you fought
against taking them.
With our children it's different.
Mothers who cling to the old form of
physic simply don't realize what they
do. The children's revolt is well
founded. Their tender little "insides"
are injured by them.
If your child's stomach, livei' and
bowels need cleansing, give only deli
cious "California Syrup of Figs," Its
action is positive, but gentle. AMillions
of inothers keel) this harmless "fruit
laxative" handy; they know children
love to take it; that it never fails to
clean the liver and bowels and sweet
en the stomach, and that a teaspoon
ful given toyay saves a sick child to
Ask your dituggist for a 50-cent bot
tle of "Calilornia Syrup of Figs,"
which has full directions for babies,
children of all ages and for grown-ups
plainly on each bottle. Beware or
counterfeits sold here. See that it is
made by "California Fig Syrup Coin
pany." Refuse and other kind with
* BABUN NEWS.
Rabun, Nov. 16.-The farmers are
rejoicing 'over the rain again, and es
pecially two you'ig men, one from
WVarrior section and onie fr'omn Tylers
ville section, they wei'e ini the swim
minig both morning and evening of
last Saturday-Conmc around again
when this community needs rain.
Mrs. Rebecca Owens visited Mr's.
Claude Wasson of Hender'sonville sec
tion several days last week.
Mi's. Houistoni Babb anid children
spent several days last week with her'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Helton Owens
or Eden comnmunity.
Mir. and Mr's. Stewart Mahion and
daughter Lois were 'visiting Mr. and
Mirs. C. A. Blabb, of Eden section Wed
Mr'. Johnathan Abercrombie of U.
8. Navy is on a visit for a few weeks
to see his mother, Mr's. Melvina Aber'
crombie and friends.
Miss Vera Baldwin attended the
WVoman's meeting at Newberry last
Mi's. R. A. Owens, and Mi's. Margus
Owens visited Mr. Solomon Mahiaffey
of Eden section Wednesday,
Mrs. Dan Nesbitt and daughmter, Miss
Eimmie, of Piedmont, visited Mm's. Liz
zic Chock, Mr. and Mrs. 11. HI. Mahon
several days last week.
Mrs. Melvina Abercromnbie, after
sp~endiing several weeks with her
daughter Mrs. -Paul Willis, of Dalton,
GIa., returned home Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Wright Martin of Eden
section, spent Sunday at Mr. Pinkney
Mr'. Furmnan Pool of Tylersville, and
Mr'. Smith Martin, of Warrior section
sipent Saturday at the home of Mr. T.
Rev. Mr. Baggott spent Sunday night
at the home of Mr. Tuily Babb.
Try This For Your Cough.
Thousads of ifeople keep cotughing
because unable to iaet the right rem
edy. Coughs are caused by Inflantina
tion of Throat and Bronchial Tubes.
What you need is to soothe this In
flamnmation. Take Dr. King's New Dis
covery, it l'enetrates the delicate mu
cous lining, raises 'the Phlegm and
qluickly relieves the congested mem
branes. Get a 500 bottle from your
druggist. "Dr. King's New Discov
ery quickly and completely stopped
my c ugh," writes J. R. Watts,- Floy
dhale, - exas. Money backt if not satis
fled, but it nearly always helps,
DIES IN FRANCE
England's reatest Soldier Dies - of
Pneumonia while Iwith the Indian.
Army it France.
London, Nov. I4.--The death of
Field Marshal Lord -Roberts was of
ficially announced tonight. Lord Rob
orts died in France, where he had been
visiting the Indian troops. Ills dealh
das due to pneumonia.
The news of the death of Field
Marshal Roberts was received by tele
graph from Field Marshal Sir John
A telegram from Sir John French
apprised EIarl Kitchener, secretary of
state for war, of the death of Eng
land's great soldier, in the following
"I deeply regret to toll you that
Lord Roberts -tied this (Saturday)
Field .larshal Roberts, who was
colonel in chief of the Indian troops,
had gone to France to greet them.
Soon after his arrival Ie became
serious ill. lie suffered from a
severe chill Thursday and pneuionia
ripidly developed. lls great age, 82
years, militated against his recovery,
the crisis in the disease coming quick
''lie news of Lord Roberts' death
cane as an entire surprise to '11ng
lnnd. The veteran's devotion to Ie
interests of the arily, hIs hard work
it this coniiection an1d his seeming
good health had been the subject of
comment since the beginning of the
war, lIle was the most popular miiill
tary figure in Great Britain and a itia
tional hero without rival in the affee
tions of the people.
IDespite his years lie never had
ceased hard work since his normal re
tireient, aiid, as lie often had re
marked, lie lived a rigldly abstemious
life that lie ilight preserve his
strength for the service of his coun
try. During the past live or six years,
when the (rinan wiar cloud had been
growling, le proseclted an active caim
paign to persuade the hat ion to adopt
compulsory military service. His be
lief was that Great liritain required
the training of time whole male )o)u
lation in arms rather upon tile plan
of Switzerland than the longer terms
of consription enforced in the case of
continental mil ita ry nat ions. lie
preached unceasingly and untiringly
the necessity that the nation have Its
iei. trained in the ridiments at least
of service work so th.t *ey citid be
called <iul'kly to arm-i. te defeid the
country against inlv:'s ml.
li private conversation he expiess
oil tle convietion that Grnii: was
planning to make war on Gr eat
liraitain when she found an advan
LorId. Hobert(S' hlome at .\secot wats
a modrst villa. For :tiieiy he had
nleither. timei nlor I in i1.1,1tionk, bu1t U
was president of the Pilgrims' cl1i
and presided over many, gatherings.
Field Marshal toberts worked day
and night for tile welfare of the sold
ter's fr'om tile ouitbreak of' the wvar.
One of his last speeches was mlade at
a r'eview of' vounteers when lie re
ferred sarcastically to young meni whlo
played football anid ericket at this
Th'le goverlnimIn is expiected to offer
a tomb ini Wtm~iiinster abbey or' St.
Paul's for the emlpire's for'emost sol
FIVE MINUTE CURE
IF STOMACH IS BAD
Whlen "PaplIe's DI)apeps in" r'eachies
stomach all Indigestion, Oas and
You don't want a slow remedy when
your stomach is bad-or an uncertain
one-or a harmful one-your stomaeh
with drastic drugs.
P'ape's D iapepsina is nioted fior its
slpeed in~ givinig relief; its hiarmlhess
nesns; its certain unfailing action in
reguilating sick, sour', gassy stomachs.
Its millions of eur'es in indigestion,
dysp qpsja, gastr'itis and othe' stomach
trouble is made it famnouso the wold~
1Keep this perlfc~t stomach dioctor ini
yotir' homei-kee3p it hiand~y-get a larige
fifty-cent case fr'om alny iiruig stor'e uanid
then if anyone should eat something
which dloesn't agree with them; if
what they eat lays like lead, ferments
andi sottra anid forms gas; causes head
ache, dhizz'iness andt nausea: er'ucta
tlon of acidi andIu 1ndigestedl food
r'emember' as soon as Pape's Diapepsin
comes in contact with the stomach all
such distress vaniches. its promp11t
ness, certainity and ease in over'coming
the worst stomach dhisorders in a reve
lation to those whoe ti'y it.
Tie following Confederate veter'ans
are r'equlested to call at the home of
Mr's. John11 F. Ilt, 602 South Har'per
street, and secur'e Confederate crosses
which now await them there: 10. W.
John 13, Manley, W. GI. .Jones, M. L.,
Nelson, Wn. D. Sullivan, D. M. Senn,
J. W. Taylor, W. P. 'Davenpor't, M. Tr.
Chancy, Where a veteran is unablle to
apply for the cross in person he may
authorize someone to secure it for
We Will Give at Any andAll Times Until
1. To any person who will trim our store windows during the
Booster Club campaign, we shall give 3,000 coupons. We shall an
announce in our newspaper advertisement or by card in the window
the name of the trimtier.
2. One hundred tLousnd coupons to the couple who will be
mfarried in our store and notify us Il AdVnnce so that wo (nay ad
verti1e it. Tlie coupons to be credited on the last day of the Booster
.lusic Saturday by Mirs. Mva Teague, I hour; .\Ilsa May Roper,
The ballot box will be closed eznch. Monday after buniness for a
'Tile large I'osl"er at out r store tells ot 21 linethod of gotting thou
we n1ds of co na without effort.
As .soon as you get j.O('O coupons In fli llooster ballot box you
n ill bi: given a 1lo ter Pin by the 1 loster . Journal.
IlAI1LOT itOX (OU!N' MONDAY: lilas Alberta RIiddle, 1st; Miss
Iath Patton, 2nd; -liv May Rloper trd; Miss Lurce Abercrombie,
-Ith; others following Closely.
J. C. Burns &- Company
The Booster Store
Laurens, S. C.
COME IN A ND
: EXAMINE OUR
:SIL VER WA RE
: FOR THANKS~
8FINE CUT GLASS/
* YOU WILL GIVE "TONE" 70 YOUR T'IIANKSGIVING AND
*HIOLDIDA Y PARTIEJS WF YOU SERVE TEA OF COFFEE FROM 0
* ANSM SILV1ER? SER VICE. WE 114AVE MANY ST2YLISH
NWDESIGNS AND WyE WOULD BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU
*COME IN AND SEE THEM.
9 OURCHRISTMAS GOODS ARE HERE, TOO. SELECT
*YOUR PRESENTS EARLYV AND YOU WILL GET "FIRST
*PiCK." AND YOU JUST OUGHT TO SEE OUR GLEAMING,0
* SUPERBi CUT GLASS PIECES.
* FLEMING BROTHERS 0
* Laurens, S. C.
it Makes Hens Lay
diGets the laying hcns into the egg-a-day class and
-starts up) the lazy ones. Pute life and vigor into the whole
flock and gives a healthy relish to the feed.*
C.osts but a trifle--the extra eggs pay for it many times over. Come in and
Iet us prove to you that it will make hens lay. If it fails, we will give yo our
asoney back. 25-lb. pail oniy $2.50. In packages at 25c., 50c. and $1.00.
J. C. SCHELL & CO. J. A. FRANKS
TODD,'SIMPSON & CO. MAI-IAFFEY & BAB D
Jro. W. F'erguson C. C. Pea therst-one u utsG ~ r,
PE3RGUSON, PEA THEIRSTONE & KNIGHTfI AK4 JUIN L
Attorneys at LawInoicreebyocpd Jh .
Lausreus, S. C,
Prompt and careful attention givonCaodeas.
tosi bU~eAttPo rny atteto iet awsm
Office Over Palme~tto Banik. J Practice AM. all State Coakt.