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All Blood Disc
Astonishing Results Wi
Strength, Power, Accomplishn
Some blood disorders become deeply
Tooted in the glands and tissues. and the
mistake is made 6f resorting to drastic
,drugs. These only aggravate by causing
dother and worse troubles. A host of peo
ple knoiw this to be true. They know
Iroin painful experience.
To get right down into where the blood
4s vitiated requires S. S. S. tle greatest
7blood purifier ever discovered.
Thitis remarkahlo rentiedy Contains oLie
'Ingredient. the active purpose of which is
'to stimulato the tissues to the healthy
cielection of its own essential nutriment
and the inedicinal elements of this match
Dess blood purilner are just as essential to
welil halanlced-hcalth as, tle nutritioos
elements of the ieits. grains, fats awl
vugars of outr daily food.
Not only this, but if from the presetice
of sme disturbing poison thero is a local
0or gemial Interference of nutrition to
a b ils, carbluncles, abscesses .1and
" Ia tro1bles., S. S. S. so directs the
1 . that this poison is rejected antd
And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin
cent Was Unable to Attend to
Any of Her Housework.
Pleasant Hill, N. C.-"l suffered for
Utree summers," writes Mrs. Walter
Vincent, of this town, "and the third and
last time, was my worst.
I had dreadful nervous headaches and
prostration, and was scarcely able to
walk about. Could not do any of my
I also had dreadfu! pains in my back
and sides and when one of those weak,
sinking spells would come oi me, I
would have to give tip and lic down,
until it wore off.
I was certainly in a dreadful state of
health, when I tiiolly decided to try
Cardu the won.u 's tonic, and I firily
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For speelfle rates, schecdules
hOARD Agents ohr write.
C. S. COMPTON,
TP. P. A., S. A. L. Ry.,
th the Greatest Blood :
ent are all Typified In S. S. S.
eliminated from their presence.
Then, too, S. S. S. has suchi speciflo I
stimulation on these local cells an to pro
servo their mutual welfare 1and a proper
relative assistanco to each other.
In a very brief time S. S. S. has tho I
reconstructive process so under control
that remarkablo changes are obsoved. All
eruptive laces heal. mysterloIts pains and I
(inhs hve llsappearel. aid from head to
foot there is a conscious sensation of re
iewed litclth. C
From the fact that S. S. S. Is purely
a botanical preimration, it is accepted by
the weakest stomnach anl has great tonic
influenco. Not one drop of drugs or
nuinmeral Is used in its Ipreparation. Ask
for S. S. S. an11d insist. upon1 having it. I
Aid if you desire skillful advice upon any
m1:1 ter concernIng the blood and sk!-I
wvrite to The Swift Specifle Co., 205 Swift
Ilg, Aliltila. (1. DO0 not alloW SomIO
zealouls clerk to rrup tho atmosplicre in
elounice over sometliig ".ust as good"
as S. S. , Uewaro of all counterfeits.
believe I would have died if I hadn't
After I began taking Cardul, I was
greatly helped, and all three bottles re
lieved me entirely.
I fattened up, and grew so much
stronger in three months, I felt like an
other person altogether."
Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle
acting. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic
effect, on the womanly constitution.
Cardul makes for increased strength,
improves the appetite, tones il) the ner
vous system, and helps to make pale,
sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy.
Cardui has helped more than a million
weak women, during the past 50 years.
It will surely do for you, what it has
done for them. Try Cardui today.
Wl'rit, /): Chattanon.:a Me!iclne Co.. biadles' Ad
v I~t..i ka~e~oelenn.. for Xpreial /it.
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lilwiay oif the South"
SA N 1)1 ECGO, CA f,.- -i'anama-P'aclfle
>nl, and i'anama'a lioria 10xposi
)lr other' hiformatilon, call on1 siaA
Assi.. Gebn'l. Passenger Agent,
Swat the Fly Eggs.
"Swat the fly" Is a good war cry;
lit It Is like locking the stable after
cie horse is stolen. There is a better
ne-"Swat the eggs." Probably cv
ry magazine and newspaper in the
'nited States printed last season from
no to a score of arraignments of the
onimon house fly-the disease-brood,
r, the typhold fly; the infantile paral
sis fly; in a word, the twentieth con
try post, an enemy of mankind.
Swat the fly" has become the slogan
f the day.
For every fly killed in May there
till be ten thousand less In June, a
lillion less in July. and by Septem
or the most ambitious boy, cager to
arn the prize for the greatest num
or of flies killed, couldn't possibly
it the progeny of this single fly
t'hich escaped him in the springtime.
L1l very true; but where will all those
lies lay their eggs and rear their
>recious babies? "Can we find the
tests, can we destroy them by whool
ale, the larvac or the eggs? We can,
asily itid cheaply, and every city
vith orditnary regulations niay become
flyless town. Flies breed in filth,
riltlcipally ininti re, and the ordillary
>dle of stable Imanure will bring forth
'toiugh illes to kee p live hundred fain
lies fight ing the pests fromin orning
ill n 1gbi. If one tentI of the money
tiv;'stVed inl fly screens were spent oil
Lilling fly eggs lid in nalure piles
ind garbage cans liere wXOl(1 be nc
eed of ithe fly screenIs wichi keep 0111
lie flies antid 1 inidetn tally a harge Iro
tortion of the 'oolinlg l4reezes of sin.
Otr gove ii iellt, has carried oil al
ixtensive experimieit with llatir<l
lles 11nd file eggs wilch each fetatah
ly deposits tlereiin by tle 1Ithousalld
tid Itas found the rentledy. It is, ordl
iary borax, otne of the commnonest an<
'heapest of iinerals, produced il
ittidatnee in the United States, anl
it takes very little to make the Ill
gg quite wortltjess as a future fly
B3orax costs about five cents a pound
mnd the crude borax mineral, cole
manite, considerably less, while thre<
lifths of a pound sprinkled thorugl
10 cubic feet-about eight bushels
of manure will kill 99 per ceit of th,
eggs nnd imaggots of the fly.
A long series of experinetis look
Ing to the (lestructioi of fly eggs an<
fly larvae i in anure tiles has beel
carried onl tinder thle direction of DI
h. 0. 1loward, Ohe etfoniologisf of (1h
lDepartinent111 of Agriculture', thle ia
till beingi trated in boxes or ca
the( collvclionl of, the(se r~e, tulhiingl
r oup of huge ehives. The T nnr
ell if led wi1h liy i egMg. . was treal
c * amni , for) 11n bllehyde, copiwr iull
phlu I' , di l r iI,' d
o'iW r cll In i. , i, itt ll e . i i it i
ol e~lsexcept, thel hor) a
ni i on cc. la 111I ttebh-, l con i t i i
rholc ned. 1r: 1, caustAic s ha lln
ai r, v. blt-b hill-ib I u ilcili i
I i allhlr tu l ci a i .i li/i
i:' i n cY ircn ie r n in cc
hc i li aintent i st... o ilt oc'd i n - v nc
iai IC . he onte of. ith (lit niL' ab; teisli
I id tt ren era te :n nuC anta
'lit, r iiir, inacit L'i l inor hann:iit'l
I tluina ifsne tioal t t ii I lie atii. sif
iI r nl o it n i I tn iii thle iat r fC ((
l.6 th u hie lwiaeitlttoia ffotr ill/.
a ttt l'he li ii o ; t. a.4 w ige wr iar t u
I uil ie 'n i ihC onit.d eab l es
*s Ih fit iliz~ ig ' ft.t oIItl' lc
*i .10.i'c l oard's adv ic is to a
pl iit 1 . otnces ofi horaxi ilio Ite
ti o* its re . 'ova riti I h t hcc hai , j sc |
of :lil ] ins wih a ciilhiino.l f t.lr ai
Six . fli t'l len sjiiltie l ' e wi1':t1c Itll
Iullft water t overi jtS tiThexxi Ilea
(lit' I o'..litt it~lefresli lldtnur e a
th la't will' tiC . f llie sw t in MCIn I
ti'tl e le'lI reens mer alhi
Tn 0' wo). 1< w ig' do haifb inl
:w if ..i a wtil t o f'n wa or t lat. it I -t.
Or thf o, beo, ak tip 'leIn
tuvntct. and fe.. fl.'e~u all a
hot' ,~c (l . a bottlay btodaeni
thi e-. re astt laxati.:fr.ve
$ 41 e1
* LANFORD NEWS. *
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'Lanford, July 5.-Misses Robin Pat
lorson and Carrie Lou Higgins spent
the week-end in Woodruff.
Mrs. L. G. Moore and daughter, are
visiting in Gray Court, the guests of
Miss Lillie Willis.
lisses Sarah Wolff and Grace Do
shields attended the missionary meet
ing in Spartanburg last Thursday and
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Langston and
little daughter were the guests of
Mrs. H1. A. Mills Sunday.
1iss Fannie Harmon spent Sunday
with Mrs. H. A. 'Mills.
Several from here attended the pic
nic at Woodruq. Others spent the
Alisses Marie Owings, Sarah and Eva
Yeargin spent the week-end with
Mrs. J. R. Fowler.
Thecte will be an ice cream suppcr
in the grove at C. L. Waldrop's Tiuhirs
day night beginning at 6 o'clock. The
public is invited.
Children's Day exercises will be ob
served in the Baptist church next
Sunday night July 1iti. The public
is invited to be present.
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Watti \lills, .uly .- spite of the
light drizzling rain whiil fell h.(
the larger paIt of the dhy, the Founrth
of .)lu!' clebirat ion hl1d .\londa1y a.;
<1i1tit! a suc(cess. ile day was h
ouiiglily enijoyed by all present. 'hli
ilei (innier of fried chickCin aInd
other good tlings bonitifully supplied
tie wants of the assembled crowd as to
eatables and the athletic exercises and
spealing iippeased their appetite foi
amusement aid entertainment. Tlh
feature of the exercises was the flag
raising at which Senator Goodwin
miade the principal address, The pa
iade of twenty-two couples of boys an'd
girls carrying flags, lead by Mr. .1ames
Iloy ter and .liss .\a ud ia .ae .1es*ec,
wio carried a large eleven fo)t flag,
was a very pretty pArt. .liss .lessee
nild .\liss ('lara Grillin julled Ih io
(Ih'll arled the flag to the top of the
poh-, n' hile .\ltssrs. loyler and tlussell
IWh m d() the rope fast a :-110 'Ih
pole. -'ollowing the I lav pre eny'l.ito,
ntr0. l'. (oodwxin 1 an\l1. \':'. 1'.
Ihm a n I:ld add:e.;. \s Th I I -
''iere n h a si th'
\\o dmenwI of1 thw \\'or v il 0th. .1 !niar
Ill tI - ;':It I tl n) t a _ o f ), w!I
.se he I t w nt ef n hela s
1911 ('ott on ('rop l~araer Tlhnui l're
\\'.bl: on, .1ul.x s l - .\mtrlan
tlon roo 1l t! w l the ie
' N' 'l uiv'n ts IltO~i halesi'. wh'ich,
if tlih-ed andt nd woi't'it rea mor
So'ha hal arrhond thet wol a2: theva
il tor Thesea tiguren announced.
itodyb h ess ue cnttt
t1 remov any mi dot whirther lat year 'sf~
''S ft :.u , un-W l'liglsts moe e reV
lSat is tare 1 f It2,1s7 bae
lit timate of lait .\uar(h mal
th11 department oI('fltri oule crop.
1ly i banutet.aringsellats fowi
munii e, :i.m outh(. to 1,] haa Olama
Tl\iiusisalone prodluced more than
.71iti b ~ ales Tos e l ales wth s
b i aa rolth Caro2~.8n, Okl1ahoma
S"2d .\!ssiad isssippi edmoe tha
la ift hs(liii i of t 1nir' IS ct row-''
hmna'~ ls toali was~ l,75,s 7 haa 1 ,0,
South iaoin ie'a s,5ng,10,( lahoma,83
m.oi,'76 tand(lollississippe 1, g5,53i5.
' aThougemindo the anit8I small. gr1w
Sbales havIng been l'innl'ed there, on
CI Flls county, Texas, wvas the banner
l.cotton county of the United States,
Shaving gr'own 113,714 bales, or ap
oyproxImately 75 per cent, more thahl
the enit'ropn of Misousri.
HID HIS MONEY
OVER, THE CLOCK
After an intelligent old gentleman at the age of
seventy-six dropped dead in his room, his son found
over Two Thousand Dollars in Paper Money over the
old clock which stood on the wooden mantle, surround
ing an open crackling fire. Not even His Own Wife
knew that much money was there. The old gentle
man was simply careless. His son had married the
town bankers daughter, and the bank was trusted.
Both the old gentleman's MONEY and LIFE were
in danger; for burglars have a way of learning where
money is hidden, and fire at any time might have
burned the house.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
Enterprise National Bank of Laurens
N. B. DIAL, Pres. G. H. ROPER, Gashier
Real Estate Bargains
V. H. Count's dwelling, situate on West 4
Main St., Laurens, S. C., on lot of four and
The home place of Mrs. Anna C. West
near Poplar Springs Church, consisting of
4 200 acres of well improved land, good +
'+ dwelling and outhouses, on easy terms.
A House and lot of Mrs. Anna C. West 4
e on west Main Street at a bargain for +
So-ie desirable farms, well improved,
near Laurens, at reazonable prices and on
There is an increased interest in the
C market for the purchase and sale of real 4
<+ estate. If you want to buy or sell, see us
Laurens Trust Company +
J. S. Machen, Sec'y.-Treas.
AMONG THE ::
W hi't e .~v Goods S
We are showing a variety of fine
sheer weaves, just the fabrics to make
co-mfortable during the hot summer days,
and so inexpensive that you can select
many changes at small cost.
We carry just what you need in hos
iery, all nice light weight in a variety of
colors in pure silk and silk lisle at popular
Ladies fine ribbed undervests in regu
lar and out sizes with can't slip straps.
W.G.Wilson & Co