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All! 110W "'IZ" HELPS
TIRED, ACHING FEET
"0, Gloroii H Wllef.. How lily sore,
s wol1eni, $ weaty, calloused feet
ached for 'TIZ'''
Ah! what relief. No muore tired fact;
no ntore burning feet ; no more swol
loll. had smilelling, Sweaty feet. No
"Pull, Johnny, Pull!"
In10-. 5o0'ness in Vorns, a'. Cllses,
N,.o nItter What aIlls, yotIl rfeet Or
Whiit Itidr01 0 t ile su yOt'Ce triId With
out1 getting re ie. just use' "TI Z'.
"1IZ' is tlhe only roildy that draws
wut all the poisonlous., OxI] datilonls which
11111T tip) Ilh, 1*(eet. ''Tiz" etures yourf
foot frotitl so yoit'll itwo' liinp or
dra w Ilp *your farfe. inl painl. Your
sllw, won)'t svo:ntv light adt yotIr1 fti
wii nlever, nOVFI I hurt or get Sor'
'11 .wollelt. Think of !!. 110 1111( foot
ti ) ry, o l* .re 2ony front cornis,
c'W~lillisos or' bilitiolla,
ti%,t a 2.-1 (-nt box at any drugy slore
o:dte:artineollt ;ior", andl got instantl
li '. \\'eaI sitill.i; sliov. ,ltist
netry "TIZ"'. th't a wh olt' year's toot
voinfort for only 'v5eetits. Thinlk of
You)I shollih See ourl line of P'orch
FiIrrlti l, 'orch Shades, an d otPiin
S. \l. & Ill. I1. \YiI2K 101 & CO.
Cabbage, Tomato, Egg
Plant, Lettuce, Parsnip
and Pepper plants for sale.
Laurens Floral Co.
Narnie, April 24,-The farmers o
1'is community are about througl
.11. and Mrs. V. A. Itranilett spen
Stiiday in the city with -Aliss Albert
Mir. A1,mar l uiton hits .retarle(
hito froml Columlblia.
.\lrs. .\lollie Nash, who has been iv
.\tianta, (4.. is visitiml .\ls. W. "I,
.\li-s Adhi Taylor. of Clinton, visited
.\lrs. Carl liram nlett last 'Fatura day andi
S ith lay.
\ir. PIe reemian lluruills and sisters. of
I lI s(aile, visited tile .l isses Bolt
Sn lday afternoon.
'r. and .llrs. Murphy Holt, of Ikom.
visited Mir. and Mrs. T1. 1. Burts Siun
Aliss Connie .lae Craddock, who 1a
been going to school in SpartanbuIrg
has returned hom1e to stay.
.l iss Plum1er Craddack. of ti's place
aind Ml. Iud MeNoil, of Spartanbirg
were married last. Sat urlay in Spar..
tanhurg. They will make their hoim
in Anderson. We wish for them 1 long
and happy ilarried life.
Mr. Carl, Idd and luther I1Iral"e0
and i. C. Nelson were allong Ilos(
tha went fishing Th itrsday and had(
M Ir. Atmi ll urtoin has r u.rned
home from Colaumhia hospital wh-]lere
lie has been very ill for the past ftvc
r. 1i. C. Nelson and Mr. Perry
('amphell assisted Barksdale's ball
team iii defeating Riddle's Old Field
Mr. L. I-. fluris and family, of Lan.
rels, Were tile guests of M1r. and 'Mrs
Austin Dram!ett Friday afternoon.
lliematc Piniis lelleed.
WIy suffer from rhetiiatism when
rellef m11ay b, had at so small a cost?
Mrs. Eimer latch, Peru, Ind., writes,
I have been subject to attacks of
rhumiaiism for years. Chamberlain's
intmilent always relieves Ine iImIfledi
ately. and I tikhe pleansiuirn ini recom
Imlelding it to others." 25 and 50 cents
bottles. For sale by all dealers.
* SULPHUR SPRINGS NIEWS *
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Sulphu r Springs, April 26.-Wo are
needing rain bad now. Cotton is coi
ing up1) in spots.
Mr. Jim Mlonday - visited Mr. -John
'annon last week.
Mdr. John Casper Smith spent S'at
uriday nlight With Alr,. Asa Teague.
\lr. Willie lartin caie home from
.\l.. anid .\lrs. Jaspi)rSilthl,rom An
derson caine over and spent three
days with Mr. .1. W. Saxon last of the
M1r. G. A. MePlicarson hpent the day
in laturens last week.
Mr. J. W. Saxon and Mr. Jasper
Smith spent Saturday in Laiurens.
Rev. J. A. Martin preached a fine
serman Sunday evening at Mt. Pleas
TO' R11,3OVE EVERY
SIN OF D AN.DRUFF
If youir hair 1s not pretty; if it is
losiig color, too dry. full of dandruff,
fallhig out, or 11f your scalp itches, you
can imtekly oercome all of these con
ditionus at a trilling cost w th this sim
phle hoei treatment.
-Just get froi lare -' Drug Co.
some parisiani Sage, A I ost helpful and
invigorat ing t on'e, Supplies every
ha0.irned. It is eaI applied and ab
soluitely harmless. i provemient be
gins with tihe first application for Pa
risiati Sage not only nourishes the har
roots but stimulates your hair to grow
lonig. thick, soft. miffy and lustrous.
It, immediately removes every hit or
diandruf. sto1s It iing seal() and sure
ly gives your hair new life and beauty.
* RABUN NEW.S. *
Iabun, April 26.-Mr. and Mrs. Will
Bolt, and Mrs. Florence League were
in Laurens Monday shoppIng.
Mr. Johnathan Abercrombie of the
U. S. N. is at home for a few days
visit with his mother, Mrs. Melvina
.rs. Will Bolt and children visited
in tile jiais community imonday.
Miss 1Edna Owens slpelt. Monday
night with Mrs. Claud.e Wassoni of
Mrs. IT. F. Babb, Mrs. Smith Martin,
1irs. Lula Baldwin and Mrs.' C. C.
Saxon attended 'the (quilting at Mrs.
Eiiiia Mahon's Tuesday.
Mr. Solomon Maha'ffey of Eden see
lion spent Monday night with Mr.
Miss Cleo Roper spent last week
with Miss Mae Roper and other rela
Miss El'idna Oweis, spent Thursday
and Friday with Mliss Jonovee Babb
of didenl section.
Mirs. I. 11. Mahon,, and son Nesbitt
were visiting relatives in Piedmont
the last of last week.
Mrs. Jim Smith and daughter, Gcr
Irude, of Waterloo, were visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Claude Mahon several days
Mrs. Rebecca Owens spent Saturday
night with Mrs. John Hellams of ShIl
Misses Cora League, llazel Bolt, and
Mr. Ludie Abercrombie spent Sunday
with Alisses Vera and Alliene Baldwin.
Mr. Will Dolt and family spent Sun
day withi Mr. and Airs. John Bolt of
Ware Shoals -Sunday.
Mliss .Sarah Nash of Due West, Is at
hione with her parents for a few days.
Mr. Iloardie Owens and family of
Nlden section spent. Sunday wil h Mrs.
Misses Irene and Thelma Owens
spent Sunday with M1isses Lona anl
YOUR COLD IS DANrAthl0US.
BREAK IT UP-NOW.
A Cold is readily catching. A run
down system Is suscepticle to germs.
You owe it to yourself and to others
of your hiusehold to fight the germs
at .once. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
is fine for Colds and Coughts. It loos
ens the Mucous, stops the Cough and
soothes the lungs. It's guaranteed. 1
Pains in the back, and the Irregular.
ities to which women are subject, with
all theli attendant miseries, yield at
once to DR. SIMMON'S SQUAW VI-lNi
WINN.. It is a powerful restorative. It
is as pleasant to take as the juice of a
sweet orange. Irice $1.00 per bottle.
Sold by all druggists.
MGB! CA[OME IS HOF
Calomel Sickens! Don't Lo
Liver and Bowels with
Ugh! Calomnel makes, you sick. It'
horrible! /Vakc a dose of the danger
oils drug tonight and tomorrow youl
may lose a day's work.
Calomel is mercury or qtuicksilvet
Wh1i1ch 1 causes , ncrosis of the bones
Caloiel, when It comes into contact
with sour bile crashes Into it, break
Ing It up. This is when you feel that
awful nausea and cramilping. If yoU
are sluggish and "all knocked out," 11
your liver is torpid and bowels con
stipated or you have headache, dizzi
ness, coated tongup, If breath is bad
or stomach sour, just try a spoonful
of harmless Dodson's lAiver Tone to
Here's my guarantee--Go to any
drug store and get a 50 cent bottle of
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* TRItNITY-.ID0E NEWS. *
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Trinity-Ridge, April 26.-Frlday ev
ening, October 30, at 8 o'clock Dr,
Currell, of the University of South
Carolina, will deliver an address at
Trinity-Ridge schoolhouse. The pub
lic is cordially invited. 'here will -be
no admittance fee.
Mrs. 'Scott George and Mrs. A. 13,
Barksdale entertained the Royal Amnt
bassadors and Y. W. A.'s at a social
gathering at Trinity-Ridge school Sat
urday afternoon. All present enjoyed
the occasion. These societies are mnak
ing a donation to the Baptist hospital
A Cure for Sour Stomach.
Mrs. Win. M. Thompson, of Battle
Creek, Mich., writes: "I have been
troubled with Indigestion, sour stom
cich and bad breath. After taking two
Ibottles of Chamberlain's Tablets I am
well. These tablets are splendid
none better." For sale by all dealers.
)0R1 LIY[R, If BILIQUS
e a Day's Work. Clean Your
"Dodson's Liver Tone"
Dodson's Liver, Tone. Take a sioonl
ful and if it doesn't straighten you,
right up and make you feel fine and
vigorous I want you to go back to the
store and get your money. Dodson's
Liver Tone is destroying the sale of
calomel because it Is real liver mcdi
cie; entirely vegetable, therefore it
can not salivate or make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonfl of
Dodson's Liver Tone will put your
sluggish liver to work and clean your
bowels of that sour bile and consti
pated waste which is clogging your
system and making you feel miserable
I guarantee that a bottle of 'Dodson's
Liver Tone will keel) your entire fam
ily feeling fine for months. Give It to
your children. -It is harmless; doesn't
gripe and they like Its pelasant taste.
Paving the Spied.
Louis XVI1l must havo been nincore
ly grateful for the institution of spies.
Shortly after the restoration he asked
Fouche, his minister of police (who
had filled the same office under Na
poleon) whether he hmd been efficient
ly spied upon during his exile in Eng
land After a considerable amount of
pressing, Fouche admitted that one
of the members of the royal house
hold. the Due de lBlacas, used to fur
nish regular reports concerning his
master's mno'vements. "How much did
you pay for his services?" inquired
the king. "A fixed allowance of ?8,
000 a year," was the reply. "I am glad
to hear you say that," said the king.
"We arranged to divide his earnings
as a spy, and so long as he was work
Ing for you I used to draw 24,000
a year. It is comforting to learn that
he didn't cheat me."-London Chron
War Atlas and Map.
Have you got your war mal) and
atlas? Clii) the coupon elsewhere in
this paper, enclose it with a Dollar
bill for one year's subscription and
The Great Panama Exposition
IS NOW OPEN
WE MAY SEND YOU FREE?
Some young lady of this community is going to go at our expense. We are also going
to give away many other presents to you girls, consisting of Diamond Rings
Beautiful. Gold Watches, Toilet Sets, Silverwear, etc., besides the
Free Exposition Trip to California
We are going after more trade this year than ever before. We are going to serve the public better than ever before. We are oin
to carry a bigger and better stock than ever before and we are going to set aside a portion of the profits this year to pay for the Grand
California Trip and other Grand Prizes offered the young ladies of this community in this announcement.
Any young lady who wants to go has the opportunity. Every one has an equal chance. All that is necessary is to hand in your name
or cut out a nominating ballot, fill it out and bring it or mail it to our store. The people of this community will decide who shall win the
Prizes by a popular vote just as they do at a National election, by votin for their favorite. Every penny spent at Our Store entitles the
purchaser to one vote, one hundred votes to the dollar, then let the word go out to your friends---Trade at Our Store and send some young
lady to the Exposition.
Due-bills will be sold for cash and ten times the above schedule of votes will be given, one thousand to the dollar. Young ladies
help themselves by getting due-bills to sell and then getting their friends to buy of them. Come in and let us tell you about it You a
buy cheaper and have a larger variety to select from at Our Store---and it means a trip for someone.
31 EET IEII' AT THE' GOLDEN GATE SCHEDLE OF VOTES AND RULES JIEIMS THE THIP IN
YOUIR FillIENIDS (A N SENI) YOU FREE We will issue %otes at tile rate of ne to a penny on all cash trade 'Firm GRAN) TOUR c
litST l'It%10i -Tr'l) to tihe Panama Exposiltlon now open 1at 1 at our store. Ona tne sale or due bills we will issue tel votes to Prancsco, California, a
iPrancisco and Sai i)iego. Trip through California or fi $350 the penny, 1,000 votes to the dollar. fil half or the Golden S. t
Whitmore Piano (Winner's 'Choice). from San Francisco, Lo A
Onl all special .sales 1,000 votes on each dollar, with privilege re- Ing different routes withl~ )o~ rvlgs e iktbt
SiCON). l'RIZE-A beautiful $50.00 Diamond Iling, on exhibit at served or icreasing schedule, going and omitrg; Bl ip
11*4ol.'Chinatown; steamer tri)on an racco ay eigRih nd
TlIlti) Iill'AE-A handsome Elgin or Waltham Gold Watch, la- Nominating ballot counts but once for candidate. Alcatraz, the governme
J"OURL'ITi Il IZ' I-Twenty-six piece Rogers Silverware Set in case. through Mill Valley and
FIFTI I l' ilI,-Mlegant Toilet Set. Votes must be in ballot box within two *eeks from date of issue. crooked railroad in tie
SIXTt) Ptiouk1-liandsome Gold Handled Umbrella. the ho6 ofklald,
SiX~ l'i~l'/FI-hanrdome old ianded trubrlla.Votes will be counted every week cornmen~ing two weeks fromn fornia University, viewigteUvrsygondadthget
-SiV'ENTI l'RIZO-fleautiful Diamond Lavallier. opening date. Greek theatre, (the gif
10[GII'II *PRRI Zi'-Quadruple-plate Ten-piece Silver Manicure Set. view of the Great Salt S
NiN'ri I~llZE-landsoe Siler' hndle arvin Set.No relative of anyone connected with our store is eligib~le. We Valley and a ride of a htde ie ln ~ooensoe
NINTII PtIlh-Handsometo Silver Handle Carvitg Set.made by undesirable can- Thecanpalgf manage
TEITH PRI'-Beautiful ;Engraved Lady's Necklace. New York city, will be
'IWETYFOJ OI'IELlE N)SM iIt ZSdidate. city, Is Invited to call atoustradm .he.TsewhigQ
WENT-FOURAL-Should candidate winning capital prize prefer a hand- try for this Free TripPRytEh
lViii He awarded from week to week to the cadildate showing seie WHI'M)RE IAM Instead of trip, she may have same names that she may ca
greatest results by giving thirty days' notice. bE AwN EAe wlltss
Be An Early Bird and Startt Today doll
Campaign Begins April 29, 1915, 8 a n Closes Aug. 20, 1915 , 6 p. m.re
M inter Corepdany of When tc h edule.t
Nominating ballotacountspbut oncnoforacandndatte
Soiiin oe in storewill otIbpermtted
Voesmut e nbalo bx iti to veksfrmdae f ase
Vote wil becouted ver wee co mennng wo weksfro