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After Four Years of Discouraging
Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave
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
that, nothing seemed to do me any good.
After taking invei
have too many W
> While it is possible I
er is yet to come an
to those who are n4
Winterwear at mut
Only a limited nt
hand--these are off(
do not s
- those of
TORI C You sh<
B. W. LOCKIS
~MAN isjudged i
He is likewise
This fact being I
best ? You can be
by sending your nem
ser Printing Compai
had gotten so weak I could not stand, 0l
md I gave up in despair. N
At last, my husband got me a bottle of th
'ardul, the woman's tonic, and I com
menced taking )t. From the very first ti
lose, 1 could tell It was helping me. I r
can now walk two miles without its e,
tiring me, and am doing all my work." 0
If you are all run down from womanly 1
troubles, don't give up in despair. Try S1
Cardul, the woman's tonic. It has helped s
more than a million womeW, in its 50 It
years of continuous success, and should r
surely help you, too. Your druggist has t
sold Cardul for years. He knows what t
it will do. Ask him. He will recom
mend it. Begin taking Cardul today. 1
Advisory.Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. forIrttoChtaog ecn o. SpecI9l
1,,Mridetion-,son your case and 64- p ge book, 'PHoea
Treatment for Women." sent in P136i4 wraDpee. 1461
rtory of stock find we
inter Goods on hand.
:he most severe weath
opportunity is offered
t provided to secure
h below market value.
imber of Blankets on
red at prime cost to
edges of Toric Lenses~
how as prominently as
flat lenses. They fit
to your eyes. You will
ric much more becom
useful. They give you
,clearer field of vision.
iuld know about Toric
Let us explain them.
mns, S. C.
by the clothes he wears.
judged by his Stationery.
rue, why not have the
sure of getting the BEST
ct order to The Advertl
nr at Laurens.
Womell on School Boards. *
irs. John A. 10pperson, president of
3 Tennessee Women's Press and Au
or Club, who is pleasantly remem
red here, where she has visited MrS.
>ra C. Lucas on several occasions,
cently contributed an article to the
ishville Tennessecan dealing >with
e topic of service by women upon
e district school boards. As this
a very timely topic, when the ques
it of woman's rights and duties are
;ceivIing much attention, it is prilt
I for Advertiser readers:
There is a bill -before the legislature
: Tennessee that every thinkinlg wo
ati in the south should be glad to
e become i law in till states. This is
xe bill providilg that a wolmlan shall
L-rve on every school board. What
iore fitting than thatit woiall should
elp decide a matter that concerns the
tIture welfare of her cilidreln more
Pall anything else in the world? If
bey have a foulldatiol of true practi
al education, they are fltted for any
Huig that may come in the after life;
al. if that foilldatiol is poor the they
ie weakened for all of life's battles.
Since there are girls in ill of our'
)blic schools, then It is vcry neces
try that a woman should be onl every
tchool board, or she will watch the
onitary conditions of the grounds and
murroundings more closely than a man,
is well as the lental andil moral col
litions of tile pupils. The miien of the
school boards are often too busy to
visit tile schools enough to know .if
they be run right or wrong, and then
women are of a more investigative
turn of mindul a-iy way, and will keep
all eye 01loen to the general surrounl
lugs of the school as well as to the
ability of the teachers to Impart knowl
Maly 1m1en lho have had oilly th1e a(i
vantages of a three moiths' free
school in their youth, think: "Well, I
have gotteil along all right, aid wlat'i
goodl elough for Ine is good entough fot
my boy." Not so, the .mother, f' - sh
thillks thlere is iothillg in the 'ork
too good for her boys aid girls, ai(
willts thei to (tave tl best, oftet
llore because she has beenl (enied th
adv'anltages of editeation.
.o put Wollel o1 tile school boardI:
of Tennessee atd every state and wha
ever tley ask for in, reasoii, give them
that the boys and girls of tle next gei
erationt may go higher than 1:his, oil
ward and upward to heights that per
hlaps we have not evel dreameId of.
Th'lis upper~l coutrtIy section or Tend
n5essee, which is so called because I
lips between the low lands and th
miounitainls, has furnishel to our capi
1.11 city some of its hest allil most suic
cessful bItiness m1en1, and is fllrn'iish
ing tle whoVlesaIle houses slccessfi
traveling men1 by the score,
Last year a youig illall from tll
section of tle state received a sclolai
ship at Columbia tiiiversity, Ne
York, whilh was woi it a olipel
tive examialit lol witil mallny Con1tes
anlts. Wihat wiill nlOt 0our coun~try anl
the nmoutinls lying just beyondi fut
ishi to tile wior'ld inl brain ahlevemnent
andli bus15iness aiccomlllishmnenlts, if thec
hle -givenl the1 eduicational aidv'antagt
niecessary'3? 'The mnenital ability
hlere; give th'eml,.then1 the best edi
catIionall tria iig ptossible, and~ lent
to (God andl~ time theO rest. The11 fri'n
of y'our1 sowinig y'ou mayi3 not see, b)t
rest1 assured'o~ theI re illii be tilnull hum
Mr's. John11 A. .1pper'soi
TH ICK, GLOSSY H-AIR
FREE FROM DANDRUFI
(G irl" lIcat ify your11 hir i! MIake it sol
ll'ry as y'ou will, af'ter' til apliCa
tion1 (of'I IandIetinie, yrl (antil 1(1. nd1(
Ifew weekos' lu, , het you 50e new hal111
13 ly(nw hiri'gr'oing till over 1l
A little Dan Il(ineI( immedl0(iately dos
bleos thie beatut -' of yourI ll hir'. No di
forenc i(0 w uill, faded, br'tllti am
seriaggy, jus ni~stenl a co(111 il
I )anlder'ine and( ('nrefuly113 dIraw
strianld at a timuie. 'ilh ('ffect is immii
d iteo a 1( nd utmainlg-youtr hirlt will 1
lighlt, tluffy' anid wavy, ando have anu a
yeoaranle of' abundantllce, til inc'ompari1
ile Ilust ro, soiftnes sand1( luixiitriance0,
beoataly and1( shin:llueri of trute he!
;ot a 2.5 (enit bottle of K nowl tot
Dtunderui no fromtny it dr'( ug storeo
toilet(' Couter, and1( pro've that yo
hil is pr hletty and1( soft as anyl3-th
it ha is been niteg leed orl(I 11 injued
* * * * * * * * * * * * * *
* Twielve Things to die this Month,
* * * ** eo e o e e 5*5e
I. 'Do not burn the cotton andl cc
stalks; plowv thoem under.
2. Keep the plows running evt
aunny day; now Is theo time to i
under trash that it .may rot and not
in the way of cultivation.'
I. Nowt lees than two or thre0 ir
>rood sows. Get the earlier vegetables
4. Write your representative iII the
egislature-tonight-about the leg!s
ation for farmers so reiatedly urged
n The Progressive Farmer.
5. Let your United States Senators
and Representatives hear from you
about our need for a rural credits law'.
6. Cooperate with a few of your
neighbors and buy your fertilizers in
7. Roll the stored cotton out and
look it over carefully to see whether it
is entirely dry and not rotting.
S. Give the farm implements and
harness a thorough .going over, to see
that everything is ship-shape for the
9. In plowing the rolling fields
don't forget to keel) the broad terraces
plowed up to the proper heigh and
10. Open all half-filled ditches and
drains, that the water may keep mov
Ing and that the fields n~ay dry out
for spring piowing.
11. Keep after the' stumps, weeds
and briers that iNe too many of our
ftelds look slovenly and unbusiness
12. Keep the road drag going that
the spring hauling may be made easier
-'lThe Progressive Farmer.
YOU'RE BILIOUS AND
Siek Headache, Bad Breath, Sour
Stomache means Liver and Bowels
Clogged-Clean up tonight,
Get a 10-cent box now.
Furred Tongue, Bad Colds, Indiges
tion, Sallow '-kin and Miserable Head
aches come from a torpid liver and
clogged bowels, which cause yoir
stomach to become illed with mdi
gested food, which sours and ferments
like garbage in a swillibarrel. That's
the fisrt step to untold misery-indi
gestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow
skin, mental fears, eVerything that is
horrible and nauseating. A Casearet
tolight will give yoi - constipated
bowels a thorough / eleansing and
straighten you out. y morning. They
work while 'yoit\ sIe p-;a 10-cent box
from your dl rugg 1st - 111 keep you feel
ing good for montlis. .1 illions of mii
and wonen take a Casearet now and
then to keep their stomach, liver and
bowels regulated, and never know ai
miserable moment. Don't forget the
children their little insides need a
good, gntle cleansing, too.
* Honor Bol of Shilloh School.
- First Grade: iil Iloldel.
Second ('rade: Kemper iolder, lies
- sic Wilson, N'thel Armstrong.
'Third Grade: liussell Wallace, Kthe
e Iihlams, Frank Simmons.
- Beventh Grade: Cornelia Wallace
- Ituiits Wolff, Flora Wilson, Ituth Wal
I Eighth Grade: Grace Wallace, Frani
5 Ninth Grade: Anna Wallace, Glaly
The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Rea
necause of its tonic and laxntive effect, I.AXA
Tivi' nRtOMO QIINiEis better thatt ordinar
Quinine and does not cauase nervouasness ne4
ringing in head. Renienber the fuil nane ani
look for the signature of E. W. GROVE. 25c
* Jionior 11(111 of Bailey Schitool.
t Second Grade: ldla .lacks, .\ar
- Kn ight, Pearl .Gambhrcll Fayette (Gan;
Th'Ilirdl Gradie: I lenry .\adden.
Fou rth G rade: Al ta Gamb lrellI, .\ian
l'itfth G',rade: iDavid .iaddlen, iso
.ladden, ihobertt Hailanton.
F ISeventh (;rade: E~nunta .\ia'dden, in
I lakely, 1Laurma llenijamint, D~orothi
Ninith (Grade: l aois Adair, Itosa .\iad
deni, isabhell e I lakely, Floyd dGa tmbIrel
GAS OR INDIGESTIOI
EaJ~tchi "Papje's D~iepisin" digests 300
eC grinis food, ending till stomachl mbl
ery ini live mtlintes.
'-Time it ! P'apc's Diapopsini will dI
gest anythiing you eat aindi overcome
(souir, gassy or out-of-order stomac
isur el y with in flye minutites.
tif yourt meals dion'j fit comfortabl;
ior whalit you cat lie 1like a lump
Slead in your stomac i, or If you has
Shea rtbjurn, tha t is sign of iijdigel
i-Get from your P tarmacist a lf
cet case of Paipe'- Jiapelisini andi i'ai
ia (lose just as soon as you cnn. Tl'c
will be no tiour risi igs, no belching
stomachl gas or Ih tthurni, futl ness
Sheavy feeling lit 'the stomiach, nauist
at b I intig lindaches di-4-i iess or -1
by test inal griping. This will all go, at
besides, there will lbe no sour food Ie
over in the stomach to -poison ye
* bireath 'with nauseous odors.
* Piape's Dlipepsin is a certain cu
* for out-or-order stomachs, because
* takes hold of your food and digests
* just the same as if youri stomia
rn 'wasn't there.
Relief In five minutes from all-stol
ach misery Is waiting for you at a
wy drug store.
trn These large fifty-cpnt cases conte
be enough 'Paeo's .Diapopsin" to keep
entire ftmiy free, frm stomoch d
orders .and indigestion for ma~
Gets Right T
Makes Short Work of
In S. S. S. You Get a Twisl
Many a rheumatic sufferer has been I
the drug store for a bottle of S. S. S. at
been handed something claimed to I
"Just as good." Truly, to ask for bret
and be given a stone Is still in practic
If you are troubled with rheumatism i
any form be sure to use S. S. S. and no
its wonderful influence.
S. S. S. has the peculiar action of son
ing through the intestines directly in
the blood. In five minutes its influence
at work in every artery, vein and tit
eapillary. IEvory membrane, every orgi
of the body, every emunctory becomes
effect a filter to strati the blood of it
purities. The stimulating properties of
S. S. compel the skin, liver, bowels, ki
neys, bladder to all work to the one el
of casting out every irritating, evbry pal
inflicting atom of poison; it dislodges 1
irrigation all accumulations in the joinl
causes acid accretions to disolvo, ronde
Six times the regular un
Monday, March 22, to Monda;
with cash or iwoduce, or for
be traded out afterwards. 1)
ilement of accounts.
We have a lot of lctters I
Ing in a letter we give lifty c
you want it? Then bring in a
in by Saturday night, March
letter will be given a Sundi
Irtles on the Poster at our st<
(I'ho Booster Journal of 81
best ten let ter writers, who I
able coupon check for 000,00(
posited for yourself in the 11
with other Booster Coupons N
one of the premilums that Wi
Who will he the very bc
Who will trim our11 wvinde
Music next Saturday by ,
The Cracker Eating Con
o'clock. Everybody is invite(
V| STAND)ING MOND)
F IRSTr-rs Ev'a Teoagut
* SECOND)-Miss May Ro01
.|THIIRD)-Miss Lena Rout1
4 FOURTH~--Miss Rulth Pt
SOthorsi followinag closely
J. C. BI
provides the homn
store er other buil
Gas to light with
for heating room
j ~ the bath, Iaundr:
mion to city coal
On the market
a Not adrop of~
Ii1- Carburettor un
t-tMachine in b
.One thousand bi
SCotton Seed for i
f. o. b. Ware Sho
Cleaning Out Your Entire
and Pains Go Fast.
on Rheumatism that Settles It.
.o them neutral and scatters those peculiar
d formnations in tho nerve centers that
oe cause such mystifying and often baffling
d rheuhiatic pains.
D- And best of nil this remarkable remedy
, is welcomo to the weakest stomach. If
to you have drugged yourself until your
stomach is nearly paralyzed, you will be
k astonished to find that S. S. S. gives no
to sensation but goes right to work. This is
is because it Is a pure vegetable infusion, Is
ly taken naturally into your blood just as
' puro air Is inhaled naturally into your
Get a bottle of S. S. S. today, and ask
for S. S. S.
d You may depend upon it that tle storo
n. that sells you what you ask for Is a good
jy place to trade. Write to the Swift
.s. Specifle Co., 204 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.$
ra for their Book on Rliheunatism.
ther of COUPONS will be given from
v, .Nalcli 29, on all purchases made
money dci)osited (luring the time, to
ou1ble couipons will 'be given on1 set
ron children, ani to each one hand
oupons free and a sack of candy. Do
short letter. They must be brought
27. To the child writing the best
ty School Teacher's Bible.' See the
)ringfield, Ill., will giveN4o each of the
1 not irow a Booster, a lion-transfer
I Booster Coupols. This must be de
ooster Club Ballot Box. This check
'ou can collect will enllable you to win
I be given In the Booster Club.
At Hooster and play the Plano?
ws next week.
uy Booster. Bring your singers.
es. is on Saturday, .March 27, at 3
I to come and see the fin.
AY IAILOT BOX COUNT.
JRNS & Co.
, school, college, church,
lings with a satisfactory
-Cas to cook with-C(as 5
i-- a to heat water for
ean~ all other uses corn-.
gas St no greater cost.
ovgc' 46 ycars. Over 30,000 in daily use.
tergd in (Class A) National Fire Underwriters.
asoline brought into the building.
od my for estimate and copy
caalog-No obligation .
. OYD & SON
dai round ' Lauren., S. C.
ge aid plant better seed.
ishelk Simpkin's Prolific
sal , 75 ets. .per bushel
. Shoal. S. C.