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Is Common Trouble
Should Be Treated in Blood
There are successful gargles that stop
norentuss In the thrait. hitt to prevent their
incessant rettuirn, the blood mnust he put II
order. The best renedy is K. S. S., us It
11111ill es all the futnettons of the body to
neutralize the Irritant-s o- waste proditets
and to stinittlatt, their excretion through
the proper thannels.
tItiiuatie smre throat Is a dangerotus
infilei lon. us it nioatis that tie 1,lood is
lonled with more tie vlid than the kid
1eys ,-an exCetee. nnl tnay titus lead to
serious general distnrbante.
The action of .. 8. S. stintulates cellular
aetivity. It lirevents ite n-eutinulationt of
Irritanits in loval spots. It enables the
arteries to supiply (itilekly the iew red
bloill to replace worin-ilt tissue.
For this r-etson urile netit that finds tile
thri'at fni easy prey to Its brieakingt-down
inluene. ia siattered and Ninttizied. In
other wirds. 8. .. S. privents chroute coli
ditlins by enabling all th1ii inouls Ilinings
(it the 1md to~ Il ser'eto h11alth1Y 1tueus. Its
inhlenct I shoiiwi inl a tirkedl ittnprove
uient if the irti-l tubs. wheireby the
huskine-ss of voi' with thic., grayish ex
eitoatiitions lov-ericome. 9. S. S.. well
diluited witlh W.1141r. itnn a blooll hath,
tine it is welcoim- to 'iy stnwtcit and at
enie gets into tii bloifla
S. S. 8. Is frei i ot' ;I umierals and con
tails tngritis woud4rfully contlucive to
Wel1111l 1--balnced health, i
You cai git it a tiv druz store, bit do
not necept anythiit ele. There is ihinger
lit subtiiitties. S. S. S. is preltared ot'v by
Thi Swift Speilte 0).. -'.% Swift Itldg.,
Atlantal 4'.. Oilr 31Mo leal llpt. wIll give
yuil free Iusitiiion 1 - t-ill ont tny subject
of blood dis'later. V'rit ' toilay.
CO 'NTY LCE N SE.
eieniset for Traflic in Seed Cotetn and114
Ilnplicktd Lint Cottont in the County
of 1,auri'ens, S. C., for the ye'air A. 1).
Stati of Solith Carolina,
'ottity of i 1ltlrOlls.
iitsunit to ani Act of the Getneral
ASSeIlibly of South Carolina, provid
ing tiirefor, aIpprovid the 18th day of
Februiary, A. 1). 1905;
1'w it res.-olved by the lioa1rd of Counl
ty 1)uli issionie I-- of ILaur-ens Coutyt,
inl the sti.11 of South Carolina, in re'g
a "awl the. smilne are herlieby fixed inl
[o ollowing" an1lounlts. to wit;
Vol. foot ,ber of goods,. ae
.1 Iiorch.tindisi, l'ifiuite nI lollars;
I I ddIleI.- of II:..(I il- Ihand;is4 inl t wo
lilh :-s of inerchanl- in. i o tne
oOI ' w%.n Iit llollars,:
W' bl it t ; or, ra1ng.s, fo
i l!, l 'i n tdr II I yid its,
Lins i o in~r ii. Pil
dieri in Iare ou t. . ,f r
"I -i , A
liy of iii I ,:iiu n h-.
la- iii eslved' by th' ifoat-d of (Coun
ty inntliisioners of idauriens ('unilty,
itt lthe state of SouthI Criaolina, in re;
ult' anntutal meetinig atssembtiled(; Thait
th -:lieise lees to be paid by I Iawker-s
sid (<ounty3 duinitg the yeair A. 1). 1915o,
w'a gotn opera ted biy thle same firi;
IPeddllers of Piantos or- Or-gans for
eachi waigoni operated, OtneIJ ltded
and( Trhitrty Five Dollars.
All licenses to be issuted by the
Cletrk of' Court of said lountuly antd to
be of force andtt effect unitl the 31st
dlay of D~ecemibet- A. D). 19 15, as pro
vide'd iby law; Prttovidied that all
licenses issuted alfter- the thitteth day
of Junet shtall be for two-thtirds the
above named r-aItes.
D~one in regulatr annual mieetinug at
Laure-ns, S.C., thtis the 7th (lay of
Jlanuiary A. D1. 1915.
II. 13. IIUMBE~tRT,
J. Ii MOCK, Clerk. 26--3t
J. WV. Fecrgutson 4. C. Fe'athlerstone
FERGUISON, PPEAT IIBRSTON[! & KNIOIt(
Attorneys at Law
Laurenis, S. C,
P'rompit andu caireful attentilon gliven
to all buisinuess.
Ofice over P'almetto Bank
invigorating to the Pato and Sickly
'The Olid ititndard genteral strentgthening tonic
OROoVt-'S TASTJELIESS cill TONIC. drtves ou(
El atrarit tniche' the bilod tndhiit~ttiup the sys.
tien. A true tfnic. Fur nelutlbanoi chIlret. 50
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LETTER TO W. M. U. *
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The following letter from the Long
Creek Baptist Academy will be of in
terest to the members of the Baptist
Woman's Chi ristian Union of this coun
Mountain Rest, S. C., ltt. 1,
Jan. 20, 19t~,.
Th Laurens W. .1. T.,
My Dear Sisters:
li behalf' of the Long Creek Academy
and its students and teachers, let ame
thank you most heati ily for the beau
tifll furt'nishliags you have sent us for
our sitting room. We just can't tell
you how much we do appreciate what
you hil 'ave done for tus but if you could
have seen our beaming faces when
your gifts were brought to us from
Westminster, I'm sure you wouldl have
known that all your labor has not
been inl vain. We are so happy over
ol." nicely futrnished sitting toom1, for
now we have such a nice place to oi
tertait ourt' Visitors in, and we shall
also hold our evening devotiohal ser
vices there. Miss Brailett's scarf or'
table 11runtelr is beauti fiul, and l'm sure
It. will add a great deal toward making
our sitting room attractive.
h'le ladies all over the State have
hen so good to its, and we do ap1pre
ciate their thought ful ness of us so
tmech. Out' work is progressing nice
ly. We lave had four new pupils to
(o'm1e it) sintce Christmas. ThIaikintig
youi' again for your kindness, an;1
n ishing for yet! a Iost successful and
Hlappy New Year, I am3),
.\lrs. (. C. Mangum.
Large sized hottle of best quality
Sewing Machine Oil, only 10c.
S. M. & 1.. 11. W I K ES & CO.
Whenever You Need a General Tonk
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic propertiesof QUININIS
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drivej
out Malaria, Fnriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.
A SS'SSR'S NOTi' ('E 1115.
Thle Aditor's olice will be open
from the 1st of .anuary to the 20tI of
4brttuarty, 1~ to imake retiurs3 of all
per'tonal properlty for taxation.
For the convt'nientce of taxpayers
l . A. itlior or lis deptity Will attetnd
:he followitng tumitte places to receive
rturitnIlls for said year to Wit:
-'Friday, .ain. 22, Tumbing Shoals,
Al liv:,i Township, .: a, im. to 2.:0
\ 1: . . :2 i. . . alo 's s ore
li1 .it . t
. . 'o . m1..
iI ( I '. , l
I ox: i~ 1::" a in . :'n n
V7 . A. W 1 7.1
-. I - c
o in ' teli " -
' it:e Of it IN n 1 .1ol tt* lo. ' s ~t iy of
.)I ar tiy, t ! .i Lr ible tt a toad tax
of $I.7tt andl are tetiuiredl to mtake
shall pay to t:t. C'tyt 'T'iasturer at
itm Samte itime o'.Le:' ta':es are'' paid in
lett of' wotkinig the' roatd.
Al itaxpayer's are r''qtired'c to give
Townish ip atnd No. of School Distr'ict;
also slate whethter pr'oper'ty is situat
edl in1 1town or cout ry. 10tc~h lot, tract
orparceol of land mu ist be entered sep
A'tet' the 20t h of F'ebruar'y 50 per
cent penal ty w~'ill be attachted for fail
ure to makeC rtuirns.
J. W. THOMPSON,
'JTime for 'Ceanintg St reamns in Laurens
State of South Carolina,
County of Laur'ens.
Pursutant to an Act of thte General
Assembly of South Catrolina, therefor'
Be it r'esolved,~ by the Board of
County Commissioner's of Laurens
countlty ini tihe state afor'esaid; 'That
the following periods be0 and the samne
arc hereby fixed .for the cleaninig of
streoams within1 said coumnty -for and
during the year A. D). 1915, to wit;
That all streams within said cotun
ty shall be cleaned out ais reqired'c by
lawv during the per'iod beginning the
first (lay of Februartty atnd endcing the
last way of .M.arch, atid that they shall
again be0 cleaned within thet pertiocd be
gitnnhoi th lte f1fteet lidcay of .Ju3ly and
eniding the lthirty-tirtst day of Auigutst.
All ladwr a ndce 10' persons~t503 itn
charge of lands are hereby notiflecd
and requ'0I red to ecean3 thir st reamts
wvithitn thie abhove natmed per'iods.
IDonte at ILaur3tis,) S. ('., in r'egulIart
antnual mcee tig this 7th day of .Jan
tatry, A. 1). 19315.
At test :. H .\litHI.RT,
UNION MEETINO *
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First division meets with 'Durbin
Creek Saturday and Sunday, January
10-Oevotional services, G. T. Cook.
10:20--Why and to What ixtent
Should Christians be Interested in
Missions? W. 11. Drummond, G. 11.
1 I : 00--Serimon. .J. 1'. Coleman.
12:00-Adjournment for dinner.
1:00--Devotional services, by Modera
1:30-ilow Can We Enlist the Interest
of our Churches In our Union Meet
ings? 1R. J. Williams, J. A. Brock
and W. J. Cooper.
2:00-EflIciency in .the King's Busi
ness. J. P. Coleman, W. G. Golight
ly, C. W. Wilkie, S. E. Brailett.
11:00--Sermon. 11. 11. Jordan.
IF CONSTIPATED OR
For Sick Headache, Sour Stomach,
Slugwishi Liver lad iowels--They
work while you sleep.
Get a 10-cent box.
Take a Casearet tonight to cleanse
your Liver, Stomach and Bowels, and
you will surely feel great by morning.
You men and women who h'ave head
ache, coated tongue, a had cold, are
bilious, nervous, upset, bothered with
a sick, gassy disordered stomach or
have backache and feel ill worn out.
Are you keeping your bowels clean
with Cascarets-or merely forcing a
passagewa" every fow days with salts,
cathartic pills or castor oil?
Cascarets immediately cleanse and
regulate the stomach, remove the sour.
undigested and ' fermenting food and
foul gases; take the excess bile from
the liver and carry off the constipated
waste matter and poison from the
110tnebiler, a Cascaret tonight will
straighten you out by morning. A
10-cent box from your driuggist meanus
healtliv bowel action: a clear head anil
cheerfiulness for itonths. Don't forget
.\ 11itu 'riage of 1iuch interest ail
gre(:II sur11prioi to the pe(ole or Ll'
riuns- was that of .\iss i.eola itiddle to
.\slr . 11 1-n 'l. \\ooloen ThulIsrsday evenl
.1. anua1trY 2 t a.'t S::3 o'elok at
'Ill, .\otludist spiso na Sp rtanlhur.
;im 11 ev. ('. (' ieri -t, o!iicit intr.
T e 1-ri h- 1., .1 dau::h.J tlr of .\r. anll.
-. \. . litidl of Ovings, hut has
hr - w a itio
GitRLS! GuIS! TRZY IT
BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR
Ve i ~ h Ir lii (-i100 ii;ht wv y, flui -
aft. "Danchineo, hair eleanse."' .tu-i
astri at. a t ime. 'is w ill tlen se Ite
hir I of' dust, (lilt, atol u'xcessivet oil
and i JItlst a few moments you have
doiubtled thle beauty of you' hair.
ltesidles beautifying the hair ait on1ce,
I anderine dissolves every pariticle of
dandrul lff; clean'ses, puritles tand in
vigorat Ies tihe seal p, forever stoppi ug
itching and falling hair.
Put what wil 1pilease you most will
b)e after a few, weeks' use( when~i you
will actually see new hair-flue and
downv at flrst,.-yes-but really new
hair growing all over the scalp. If
you care for pretty, soft hair and lots
of it surely got a 25 cent. bottle of
Knowlton's Dander'ine from any drung
gist or toilet counter. andl just try it.
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*IN MEX0RIh43[ *
* Mrs. Azieo Wilson Cliary, *
* Horn Mfay 12, 1878, *
* IDied January 2, 1915. *
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I write to) honor the dead and wvere
It possible I would infuse Into my
words such tenderness as would bright
en the gloomi of the bereaved ones, for
I ama not all unlearned in grief; but
the hour ia too fulli of Intense feeling
to give satisfactory utterance in
speaking of tile life of this sweet
friend of thte writer.
Whereas, ont the nIighit of Jfan. 2,
1913I , God in ills -all wise. hloly prlovi
deen, sent the "Death Angel"', wh~o
c lailnedtho .sie'weet spirit of Mrs. Azlie
Wiulsoni Clary, w'ife of Mrll. . E. Clary
5'nld onte of our 'most e illelen t, fa ithiful
mniber's of' Th'e 11lenry L.aurens (Chap
ter', D). A. 11. We des'ireC to eixpress0 CIu'r
sinien sorow nt the los, en a
society have sustained In 'her death,
and to bealr testimony to the noble,
p're character of our deceased friend
Genial in bearing, magnetic in' man
ner, attractive iII person, sp)rigltly in
conversation, alwa-ys willing to per
forn the duties which devolved upon
her .as a member of our society, she
drew after her the hearts of many, the
amniration of all.
As her immortal spirit was released
from Its earthly tenement of clay,
"\lethinks" we can hear the welcome
gi cting of the ransomed ones of earth
as they bask in the heavenly rays of
tlhq Sun of Righteousness, -and tile
eternal glory of the Father.
When the loving heart was still and
the sweet face turnied upward toward
heaven, there was a peaceful look like
a hint of the unknown world seemed
reeting on the placid features and the
mourning ones could but feel that she
hld I)assed from the "shadows of
death" into the "Supreme Dawn", and
had seei her Pilot, face to face.
While the evening shadows were
gathering, and the sun had almost run
its course adown the western horizon,
ier mortal -remains were laid to re.it
in the city cemetery, beside those of
her fond parents; Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
The sweet songs rendered by the
mnited choirs of the city wore stg
with a sweet pathos and depth of ferv
or appropriate to tile hour. Her
fa ithful pastor read tile Scriptures
and after a tender, touclihig prayer
over the grave, spoke the awful words,
"DIst to dust".
Mlany were the beautiful flowers that
covered her grave, "God's thoughts
expressed in bloom", which tell of the
ecsurrection and life beyond.
Wo rejoice iIn the hope -that our -loss
is her eternal gain anid that she has
been transferred to it laind of ever
lasting joy and eternal rest.
Therefore be it resolved,
First, That we bow In hlulble sub
mission to ils holy will an-d pray
thod's blessings 111011 her family and
Second, That we, as a society, feel
keenly our loss, bothi as a member
an1d friend. Ii kC Mind hearlt and cheer
full disposition were always an inspira
tiol to is for. nobler tiings.
I'eave to her 11e's, n111d may wce all,
at that last, great (lay. he a unilted
hand to share tie bessin 1gs or life
lternal "lbyond the similing and 11h1e
Rb-Solved, Th4at a IaIe in our i'.
III book 14. o d(diatl1ed to h(r' 1meln1or'y,
:'n4 thlt a opy of Ih14e1 a reolutio
he to h r h1l reared family.
'olis1 vmur Stove vitI our41 I ''d41id
4' l'i h 4 ), :as-4y :I a ply. lric' oil
!Y ) ('l I I4~ I'l (1:111.
M. \l. & . I 1. \\Il .IK '-S & CO.
e Tlil |-: S11 i-C l: (1I111l11 (o'(T I-: l O,
The (,VIT m : l:n :b1 4 r
bl l ul il 4 4r''~ s e i a
4rp a on t t h:. e l u~ i
~l h in 44 m I i h i. 44 i i
41:4! i t l1;4 t he1 e \ in. 4' a i ..4 14 ..
hei - l to th . w o r in n 4' V 4 o'
A in-om ''iiwnt drugrI~:ist Vays "'T~ih'
year nl ne4,1 I'ver' hes4Iinto' to 4rcom
ilt'ndi, for ini al os 44041 every (':seI it
lmy (4usl(!1ners testify. No) other( kbl4
ney'1 re('nedyI 11hat, I knuow of has so)
large a sl."
Accor'd inlg to s worn slatement(1 s and11
ve rilled te.st itnonly of' Ilhousands(1 whoe
have ulsedI414 the(preparatioln. the success
of Dr. lKilmeor's S'ami-ltoo. is (1ue to
the fact thait It fulfIlls al1most every
w~ishi inl overcoing kidnley, liver andi
liadder( diseases(44, correet'C s urina44ry
trles andC it( neutral11izes the urinc acid
whliIch ecauses rhumiatisma.
You lolly receive a sample1 bottle of
Swamp-Itoot by Iparcels post. Ad
dress Dr. Kilmer & Co., IBinghanmton,
N. Y., and enelose ten cents; also
mention thle iLurens Weekly Adver
Half Your Living
Without Money Cost
A right or wrong start in 1915 will
make or break most farmers in the
Cotton States. We are all facing a
crIsis on cotton. Cotton credit is up
set. The supply merchant cannot ad.
vance supplies on 1015 cotton. You
must do your best to produce on your
own acres tile food and grain supplies
that have mde up most of your store
debt in the past.
A good ipiece of garden ground,
rightly -planited, rightly tended and
kept plantedl the ,year round, can be
made to pay halt youlr living, it will
save you more mloneOy than~l you made
on the best five acres of cotton you
ever grew! But it must be a real
garden, and nlot the mere one-plant
ing patch in tihe siprlig and fall.
Jlastings' 1915 Seed Book tells all
about the right kind of a money-say.
ing gard~en and~ the vegetalesc to put
in it. It tells about thle field crops
as weoll and shows you the clear road(
to real fat-m prosperity, comfort andC
independen11ce. l'T'S F"Iti-I. Send for
it todlay to H. G. HASTINGS & CO.,
A tlanta. Oa...Artt
A Disordered Stomach
Is caused by food which has fermented. To avoid a spell of
sickness this impure matter should be driven out. You need
DR. M. A. SIMMONS
Vegetable Liver Medicine
It Purifies the Stomach and Dowels
It is a pure, wholesome medicine, made only of a choice selection of the
best of nature's herbal remedies for correcting dicorders in the liver, stomach
and bowels. It is a fine cleansing medicine that acts mildly, yet it rids the
system of every particle of disease-breeding impurity. It relieves biliousness,
indigestion and constipation. ,Buy only the genuine in a lithographed tin box.
Look for the picture of Dr. M. A. Simmons on the front panel.
Ask for the Tin Box. Price 26 Cents.
C. P. SIMMONS MEDICINE CO., Proprietors, ST. LOUIS, MO.
HE HID HIS MONEY IN
THE GROUND. ITS GONE
IF HE HAD HIDDEN IT IN
OUR BANK IT WOULD
BE SAFrE NOW
The best place to hide money is where they have
vaults for safely protecting it. Every week we see
newspaper accounts of people having been robbed.
Sugar bowls, rag-bags, under the carpet, behind pic
tures, and all of those other places where people con
ceal their money, are well known to burglars. Hide
it in OUR BANK, then you know you can get it
when you want it.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
Enterprise National Bank of Laurens
N. B. DIAL, Pres. G. H. ROPER, Gashier
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OMTIfact LEIg trE, RIHTE WTH hAv MARhe
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