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Advise Mother's Frien
T'eauso It. s. s perfectly safe to U
ttnd has been of such great help to
ho10t of exJ)0eto.
, rmothers. these w
this most Iap
period, advi0 I
use of "Mothel
Aplic. I externa
to the adilomi:1
-zt Is ti relieve t
i tde tensoll I
tho cords and lignimiet st renimltiiq fro
4musetar exa:ain. 1"Ilneath 0he sU
ineeI ia ntwok o lie nrvethrew
tid~ m~th. 'titsoothing embrocatk
It's FO1ien." is dosignel to
hubricate thle m1iusulni. lihrs as to avw
otho unnveeesary and continuous inggi
111on1 11..4s Inyriad4 41f ner,1ves. .\pplied
-ihe br 11t.i aliords th prope Ittassa1
to 4v :t 7 ai 11ng.
Thrte I se reely n well-stoiked dr
tqtec anywhere but whit you can ins
obtain a bottle of ".l'ter's Filend" a
In iiwarly every townt an1d village Is
graiolnia who hersk-lf used it in earli
yiaris. Expectant iotherst are urgel
try this splentli assitant.
Alot her's FrIend lat been prepar
by lIradilid lteguiator Co.. 31' 1. ir
Ath1in iaG.. for nearly ha0f
(4t ury ,. stitl ft or valutblc little bok
When you are bilious you 1
leel dull, tired halt-sick and -
: Vegetable I
The Old Relia
It contains no alcohol, no calom,
gredients. It is a pure. wholesorn
selected herbs which arc known
and bowels. It cleanses the syste
vigor and cheerfulness. Ask' for
Simmons on the front panel; it is
Ask for the Tin
C. P. SIMMONS MEDICINI
One thousand bus
Cotton Seed for sa
f. o. b. Ware Shoa
Ware Shoals I
x~ nA72J -0-VIX7
.st. WVe kn<%%
2nd. We ar~
5th. This is
6th. Our av
7th. After c
SOME MORE COLONELS. (
d! Vovernor 311aninig Aiinouiwos s I.4 1-1
Iary .Staff for the Coming Two C
i Columbia, Nlarch 20.-Gov. Nlanning 2
in yesterday a))oIlted I1s military I
)y staff. The members serve without t
The llembers of tite goverlior's staff
I are: ..
.\lilitary scretary to tile goverlior,
C. It. Is-abanliss.
m~ .\djntant general, W. W. Aloore.
Colornels--. ohl11 I. Adger', lleltoll:
n. Ge(orge W. 1)iek, Sumlter; ' 1R. .
1 Lieitetnant Colonels-A. L. Gaston,
Chester:.\M. P. .leCalla, Lownldesville:
T. W. )avies, Ileach Island; W. .1.
ly N1uldrow, Anderson; W. A. Klauber,
Id Btamberg: W. It. Fisiburne, Mloncks
o ;.. D). ShIer, Lone Star; Ar
to tmr Young, Charleston; '" W0 . I )u
-11al, "'heraw; .1. .\. Witsell, Waller
t horo: L. Wiglall Cheat hamIii, lndgellelid;
tu Saim MceCall, Florence;e llughi 1'. Oil
Ve r, Georgetowii; Rion McKissiek,
ime no capacity for your work. You
leepy. To get rid of this feeliig take
ble System Purifier
l or salts, no syrupy, sickening-swect in
c medicine in powder form, made only of
to act beneficially in the liver, stomach
n thoroughly and restores a fine feeling of
the tin box with the picture of Dr. M. A.
the mark of the genuine.
Box. Price 25 Cents.
! CO., Proprietors, ST. LOUIS, MO.
re and plant better seed.
hels Simpbin's Prolific
le, 75 cts' per bushel
Is, S. C.
Shoals, S. C.
>w theoretically and
e sure that the heav'
ble Potash and left t
nly, Our only source <
e of Potash is selling
season it was about
an increase of from
potash only 50c. peri
erage increase price
. Please note the fo
200 lbs. Fertilizer
300 lbs. Fertilizer
400 lbs. Fertilizer
500 lbs. Fertilizer
onsidering the abov<
out AN ADEQUATE
DS and our prices ai
ASK YOUR MEiRCH-1
Irenville; H. B. Ingraham, Green
tile; 1H. T. Strange, Lee county; 0.
. Lalloque, Marion; Donald Mc
tucen, Jr., Marlboro; A. A. Manning,
Valhalla; C. L. Cureton, Pickens; J.
Itokes Salley, Orangeburg; 0, 11
)oyle, Calhoun'; L. W. Perrin, Spar
atnburg; J]ames McCutclen, Johnson
le; C. L. Cobb and John T. Rioddey,
tock Hill; 11. .1. ."c1aurin, Sumter:
.E. Aycock, Wedgetield; J. A. Me
(night, Sumter: W. It. Hurgess, Clar
nldon1; (;eorge Warren, llaiptol; Al
el Bradham, Alanning.
'A LING illi 011
Now that P1crislan Sage-an inex
ensive preparation that supplies ev
ry hair and scalpi need-can be had
roml the Laurens Drug Co. it is cor
alily leedless to have thini, brittle,
natted, stringy or faded hair. No mat
er how unsightly your halir, how bad
y it is falling, or how much dandruff,
'arisian Sage Is all th'at Is needed.
I'very trace of dandruff is removed
wvith one application, the halr roots.are
iiouii'lshed and stimulated to grow new
halir, itching sealp and falling hair
I 'a rislan Sage is (certalinly on1 of the
most vigorating tolies, and will sure
ly mIlakep your ha,1ir soft. abundant aInd
radiant with life and beauty.
GRIAY 0O'IRT NEWS. *
Gray "'ourt, March 22.-On Friday
night, April 2nd, there will be at
Foiultainilt) Ian oratorical conte- h1e
tween the schools of Fountain inn,
Simpsonville and Gray CourtlOwings.
and on April 3rd an athletic contest
between these same schools.
On Friday night, March 26th at S
o'clock the preliminary contest for
selectI ng representatives from Dials
district to represent the distrikt at
the County fair, will be lield at tihe
Cray CourtlOwings school building.
The following Is tile hollor roil from
Gray Court-Owilngs school.
First Grade-ialh it1Jonles.
Third Grade: Louise Owings, Ruth
Fourth Grade: i'lizabethii Stoddard
Fifth Grade: .lary 'eden, Miry
Sixth Grade: .\aggie 1). Curry.
Sevenith G1rade: .). T. llrooks, .leter.
Owiings, It. .1. lry soli.
L~adivs should takev lDI. SI.\.\ON'S
S1-'.\W VINE WINl1 for all irregu
laii' It relhtves <iIkly and re
stores, natur11al conditions. l'rlee $1.00
per hi l . Sold by all drugi tls.
practically that PR
y rains during the
hie soil lacking in tI
>f supply has prohi
y this season for a1
$40. per ton.
$1.50 to $2.00 per 1
uinit over last seast:
of fertilizer, due to
per acre---Cost of P
per acre--n-Cost of P
per acre---Cost of P
per acre---Cost of P
facts, we feel surt
SUPPLY OF POT.
e very little highei
BILLETED PIGS ON BELGIANS. *
Ine 3lilon Germanz Pigs Billeted on
iwiglans for Then to Feed.
'Brussels, Belgium, March 20. (via
london).-One million German pigs i
ave been billeted on the civilian
iopulation of Belgium who must feed e:
nd care for then without distinction
,, to class. One of the wealthicst in- a
mabitants of BIrussels has beenl com- y
wilied to take 12 hogs on what he
tyles "reduiced rates by the wcok."
lis poo'est neighbors have at least s
me pig to a family.
For som0e time there have been re
orts of a shortage of fodder in Ger
nany whereas the amount in Bel
;ium is about normal. Belgians, how
wver, are concerned lest the imPor- a
ation of pigs may result in a furt her
lepletion of the scanty supply of good c
(ecessary for the peol)le.
The German authorities have de-it
isedl aIn elaborate system of billetting
ile pigs and obtaining reports as to
heirl' condition. 'The (list 1i1bt ion sys
Lei has broken down occasionally,
however, with the result that occu
pants of apartment sand flats have
rounI themselves saddled with the
care of several animals.
The billetting regulations h ilude
provisisons for com) pul sory health 'c
po'ts and vital statistics.
Card of Tintuks.
I wish to take tills icans of thank
Ila our friends and neighbors and all
those who were so kindly and though t
ful during the recent Illness and death
of my beloved wife and to assure them
that the memory or the help and sym
pathy will long be cherished by me
and her kinsmen.
S. Earl Elledge,
SAY THEY l110111ED OFFICE.
Troopers Plead Guilty to Taking $15,.
000 frot Postofice.
Dener, Colo., March 19.-Albert
P'agel, Oliver lHoward and Sam F.
Mortitiore, mem0iilbers, of Troop F., 5th
t'ulted States cavalry, recently sta
tioned in the Colorado coal strike dis
Irlict, pleaded guilty today to robbing
thle postollice at Walsenburg of $15,
(1111). Pederal .1 ndge Lewis sentenced
loward to three and one-half years'
imprisonment, and l'agel and Morti
imore' to two and oie-ltalf years (ach.
Thev robilery occienrred last ID)eeelmber
T1 11111 of $. 5 0 still is missitng, tie
renminlder4. havinig been reov4lered.
tashl ini an availab
past winter have
bis valuable plant 1
bited any further e
sout $125 to $150 pe
mnit. We have inc
the increased cost
otash 10c. more thai
otash 1 5c. more thai
otash 20c. more thai
otash 25c. more thai
Syou will not unde:
ASHi IN YOUR F
r than last season.
* *.* * * * * * * ** * * .
LIBRtAlRY NOTES. *
"Ho! Lovers of the Beautiful, you
ave here a Treasure for your Soul!"
A veritable Treasure, and at small
For the 8um of two Jits per week,
paltry Dime, you may indulge to
our soul's content.
Place-the Laurens Public Library.
Comie join. Do your duty to your
elf, your family and your coimu)iiinity.
Laurens Public Library.
low To Give Quinine To Children.
UPiRILINP, Is (lie trade:nprkc amne given to an
Troved Quinie, It is aTastelebs Syrup, pleas.
n to take and does not disturb the stomach.
hildren take it and never know it is Quinine.
Iso espeially adapted to adults who cannot
ke ordinary Quinine. Does not nausente nor
ause nervousnesa nor ringing in the head. Try
the next time you need Qulane for any ur
ose. Ask for 2'ounce oriugal package.
aume F(DRII,INE is blown iI 'ottle. 25 cent4.
Play at Youngs.
There will be three plays given at
'oungs school house Friday night,
larch 26. The proceeds are to be
sed for the benefit of thle school. Ad
nisslon 35 cents.
The Ford is lighter
its size and power.
tion. Econloiny in I
in repair bills-less
for operation and ul
Yet with all its ligh
the longest lasting c
responsible for that.
scientists call it-t
steel put into at.Loin
Buyers will share in pro
000 new Ford cars betwi
Runabouts $440; Tourinj
Coupelet $750; Sedan $9
On display and sale a
Laurens, S. C.
le formi is niecessa
leached out a gn
xports of Potash S
r ton, cash in la
reased our price ir
of Potash is only
1 last year.
1 last year.
1 last year.
i last year.
rtake to make a eri
will be Vigorous an(d lial tiy if you
keep the sow III condilion With
PD 11 - Anhu-Ial
1/V 1W =.-'-. " RgIlate r
5, $1.00. Z; lb. pm it $3.00
An indispensable tonic before
and ater farrowing. liervans
milk, improves digestion and t he
gen.eral condition of the little
pila. The best diseaso pre
Hofuse substitutes; insist on
Satisfa ' tofC arnted or Money Back
6 (,, tralIn Stock flook
J. C. SHELL & CO.
J. A. FRANKS
TODD, SIMPSON & GO.
A. L. MAHAFFEY 6543
Lhan any other car of
Light weight means
( in gasoline consump
;ire expense. Economy
than - two cents a mile
t weight the Ford is the
rar that is built. It is
ar. Vanadium steel is
lie strongest, toughest
fits if we sell at retail 300
aen August 1914 and Aug
Car $490; Town Car $690;
15, f. o. b. Detroit with all
t Laurens Motor Car Co.,
ry to make a
aat amount of
trge lots, port.
1 mixed goods
about 10c. per
-op this season
B~ H-AVE TH-E