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FELLL UILIUUe UtLUIT
Don't lose a day's work! If (
achy, take a spooonful
Listen to mc! Take no moe sick
oning, salivating caloimel when bilious
0l' Conistilated. Do, 'l lose a day's
Calotinl Is mercury or quicksilver
which d atuses necrosis of the bolies.
Caloiel, whenl it collies 1in10 con tact
With SOuri bile crashes Into it, break
Ing it up. This is when you fee l tliht
awfiul naudsea and cramlpig. If you
are sliggish and "aill kniocked Out," If
yoU P liver is torpid anld howel' vol
stipat(ed orP ,- have hladche, <izzi
ness, coated tongu e, If breith Is had
or1 stomach Sour. just tak'e a spooifl
of hariless Dodson's IAvor Tone.
Ilere's ily guaranltee---Go to anly
drug store and get a 50 cent bottle.-of
I)odsols lLiver Tlone. Take a spoonful
AND BOWEL8 MY WY
onstipated, Sluggish, Head.
>f Dodson's Liver Tone."
tonight and if it doesn't straighten you
right up and make you feel lie and
vigorous by morning I want you to Io
back to the store and get youI inoney.
Dodson's Ulver Tone is destroying the
sale of ealornel because it is real liver
Iedicine; etirely Vegetable, therefore
it can not salivate or mak1(e you sick.
I guarantee that one sloonlfull of'
Dodson's .iLiver Tone will put yourl
sluggish liver to. work and clean your
bowels of that sourt bile aI< eonstipal
ed waste whic i 1s clogrg your sys
ten ald mllakuig you - l iniserale. I
guiaran tee that a 1 e of Dodson's
liver Tone will ke< your entire lati
ly feeling fine for months. Give it to
your Children. It is harmless; doesn't
and they likc its ileasant taste.
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* * MA*DENS NEWS. *
Mladdens, Aug. 2.' We thought when
We ontered July that surely, surely
the rain so badly needed was not far
off. Hero it is August and still no
rain with us. We saw the sign this
morning that was always a cheering
one to my father. The clouds racing
across the sun in the early morning.
May that sign not fail us today!
Our protracted meeting closed last
nligit. The pastor was assisted by
Re%. Mr. Lightfoot, of Clinton, who did
all the preaching. Never- have we
heard a better or clearer preacher
than Mr. Lightfoot. lie made lasting
friends here whose prayers will ever
follow him as lie goes. in and out doing
the work of his Lord.
The Young Ladies' Eight Week's
Club, which was organized here by
Nliijs Kate Wofford was entertained on
Saturday afteriooi by the mlisses
Prollitt. Delightful refreshments of
cream and cake were served by the
Young hostesses and a pleasant after
noon was spent.
Miss Aiken, who was at one time
our teacher here, spent a few days
with friends during the past week. She
will teach this year at Eden.
Miss Winnic Jeans was a pleasant
guest of the Misses Wofford during the
meeting. Wednesday they were join
ed by another Winthrop girl, Miss
Ruth Brown, w'ho taught the past ses
slon in the Abbeville Iligh School and
will teach there again the coming
year. They had a delightful visit to
gether albeit there was quite a lively
tilt as to the best literary society at
their alma mater. It was a draw game
as there were two against two. Curry
an d Wade Hampton, 1 think it is a
fact that nearly all Laurens girls join
Cu'ry except the Misses Wofford, who
chose Wade Hampton, and they were
therefore on the wilnning side this
year, as the latter society and the baby
one now everything in sight this time.
M rs. Siumons Iludgeis and children
of E'dgeileld, have been visiting her
sister, Mrs. Cora Madden and other
IHc Ids here.
Mirs. Ella Hudgens of Knoxville,
TeIi.. worshipped one day with us
dt; rinI i.. our protracted meeting. She
was cerdially greeted by old friends
aid relatives here. Iler daughter,
irs. i uu: Dunlap accom panied her.
.\lesda me:; Maude Power and Fan
ile ilaiely were also withi us one day
;4i1d enjoyed the preaching with us.
.\Mrs. I.eila Motes Graham of Lees
ville. was another one who came back
home to l'rospect for the meeting. She
is the g'iest of her neice, Mis. Tom
Sliaw. The friends of .\Mrs. Graham
n il be glad to know she is improving
atter a serous illness. She was ac
companied by her daughter, .\Miss
Norma Graham, a student of Coker
.\11s. \'irginia Finley is up on a visit
to her daughter, Mis. Frank .\artin.
She was accompanied by her grand
laigliters, .liss Allie Nartin of Green
vill1e, and I .1)5 Is : lai of Laureons.
.\lesdamies NI a rga ret .\llison , .\lol lie
ieaguie ail .Iosie .\lartin sipent a
pleasu re 11illed week recently with
.\rs. Dr. .\loseley o1 Cross Keys, Un
ion county. NI is. Nioseley is an idealI
hostess and she was delIghted to have
these well loved kinispeopile In her
home for a visit.
Itake this means of assuring the
deari littie woman In far off Illinois
that I received andi appreciated greatly
the message sent by our imutual cousin
the genial clerk of court. II is such
messages as hers that helps one write
in Auch awful weather aIs is now withi
Tfho two little chaps that have look
edl forwar d to a sil iltme ivisi so5 lonig,
filially succeeded in getting oil Suniody
ltuorninlg for a wveek's stay at the homeua
of thleir aunt, Mirs. Sue ('ooper of
Gr'elrs. Shte wrote as aun inlduoement
ithat. the grapes for whiulh hien bark
horch is famlious were now really to be
eateni andl that couple lb d (oil.
.\liss (2liftf iiIi iun inghamlilzi had a n
rlle t- durinug the -meeting, lher sister
and no1i(.o.lts. lI-:mnm 'Red.' iand
.iljss .less ie of All anata. .\us~ .less ai
(Cax (oiler', and she h11 elpe us out
In oiir singi ng (durin g t he mieelting,
.\it Gehorue Iiyo 'ofl 01 i o aniill e,wa
Ithr recentI guiest of Ni essars. 16 , 8 .\i id
den an d L~ugl ass 1lijil.
Nir. Niel Wharton spent a few days
here with itls ne p1hew, WV ., uludgen s
If beig tanned and sunbiuedl and
dirty is a sign 01 havinlg a good timle
duiirinlg ani eampm iilent , then:1 th
Tr'aynham Guards had1( a siplendH
time1(. 1 was there when t hat special
rolled in, I saw and i know.
The N\lsses Mliller andl Watkins were
-guests of NI ns. Claude Fillley duriiing
A patty of young pteole~ of Water
loo, were the recent guests of Mlr. and
Mirs. Carl Pr'ofmit and attended seirvie..
es at Pirospect.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Tour' druggist will refund money if PAZO
OINTMENTr falls to cure any case of Itching.
Blnd,BDleeding or ProtrudIng Piles In6to1t4dsys.
The 0rst annlicatian aiwee aa. .4,..At. Sc
* l'TYLERSVILLE DOTS. *
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10veryonc was glad to see the light
showers of rain that fell in this section
Miss Bessie Poole of Spartanb1)u rg,
was the attractive guest of Miss Fan
nic Poole last week.
Miss Lula Doinan is visiting rela
tives and friends in Columbia.
Miss Sallie Peterson has returned
home after an extended visit to rela
tives at Greer.
Mrs. P. R. Cooper and Mrs. Mary
Jane Cooper of Cross Anchor, and
Mrs .lattie Clark, spent last Tuesdiay
with Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Poole and
Miss Lois Adair has returned to h(r
hom1e after a week's visit to Mr. and
Mrs. It. l.. Poole.
Misses Lila and Nannie Clark were
in Laurens last Wednesday.
Mr. J. S. Craig visited relathies in
Rock lill last week.
Misses Grace and Fannie Poole were
in Laurens last Thursday.
Messrs. Floyd Clark and Charlton
Benjamin atteided the political speak
ing at Cross Anchor last Friday.
Mr. Hugh Meyers spent Sunday
night with 1r. Joshua Craig Poole.
Mr. Niles Clark of Clinton, spent
Sunday with home folks.
Quite a number of young people
from here enjoyed themselves at Yar
borough's MiII Friday afternoon. 'le
most stiking feature of the evenin i
was kodaking, after which the youn:x
folks arranged theiiselves on I Ie.
rocks along the bank of the river and
enjoyed dellciousa fruit and Ire wat .
E'very one reports a line tite and al1
are longing for another such evenin -
oil tile river.
The most delightful occasion of lie
season was a straw ride whichi the
young folks from here entjoyed last
Thursday night. The crowd assemlhied
about seven o'clock and were comfort
ably seated in Mir. Poole's four-horse
wagon then their Journey to 1Lur1ens
was begun. A light shower of ra in
which fell jusI before they left. added
nch to the evening. The lloonI was
shining beauiifully and everyone was
feelling good. I'ley reached I auron
'1bout1 t I 'COlk and a111 er a teu
niliutes of enjoyment in the citY. .5
peially in the drug store, tw ia '.
party left for honusi. Delightul : 1 !t.
and candy were servedlong thi roaZtd
They reached home abot on. e (110 k
and every one said that Ihey ha huad
the happiest. t ime of tile soen(a tit Vt
all are .waiting to enjoy juit such a
trip again iII about two w(ek-.
'Mr. W. C. Winters was in Laurn4
Monday on 11 . .I
Mr. and Mrs. T. 1. Poole and chil
dren visited relatives in Woodruft last
Miss Mattle Belle Peterson is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. P. K. Abrromibttit
$100 Reward, $100
The readers of tiis paeiur -will ho
pleased to learn that there is at least tie
dreaded dtis('Ieas et hI science has b~eent
able to cur' int all Its statges, and that is
Catarrh. H all's t'atarrh Cure is the onlyV
p osit ive' cure now knmi io to the medkia
fratern ity. Catarrithbeing. a conlstituttonal
ditsease, reitires a const itutional treat
ment. Hall's Ca.tarrh Cure Is takenin
ternally, atinig dtirectly upona the blooti
and Inucous sutrftces oft the systetm, there
by dest roy ting the foun d:t ttitn of the ds
ease. atnd givting tthe puttijent St reng th by
bibling uip the. consitituioin and assisir
natue tn dlotig its aworkl. Th'ie propritr
have so tauch faith in its curative pow
ers that they offer One flun tdred Doltlars
for any case tat it (aills to cure. Send
foi' list of' testirnonials.
Address:F. J. ei-:N1-:v & CO., Totedo.O
otd byv alit l truggirsts.e
Take tian's Famnty inat for contipatton.
invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standad general strengtheninf tonic,
GROVE'S T ASTEL.Ss chill TONIC, dr iv~es out
Malaria.enriches the biood and builds up the sys.
temn. A true tonic. Ftor ndults and children. 50a
Yotti l 't'ilei to (t' il'rformanceit fori "'I
lhi'lit ofi the' Baise' |Call Tennii.
('omitu121nity2 t're r'ehtea 2 ing hir a play
"TlWixt Love antd \Money," 1o bei :rivent
lhsnih' nit of lth educaIt itional~i
ratlly, tihiking that thhs wituld Ih the
admtiissioni cibar'es wiib in, and ;ltt
i etl.. 'The folle\'.!hg is the~ ca-i o
Iliana iinmti , Aife of' I ivy, .\lt
tie Kate Ow ings.
P'eggy i'otter, hetr nee, Lt(:h- ir
Iliet hert van .\llcen. A. wvealthyv youngtt
.1111ian Ila wkhe, I letiheri's fait fr (ienid,
Major' Warlringtont, a blind veteran,
JTlimmiie lBriggs, D). ii., a promoter 01
enterp~risc, Geor'ge M\itchell.
Martin C1lench, engaged to Lillian,
11i11 Clench, his brother', Earl Bald
Uncle Davy Timms, a fisherman,
The CeL cwiest
5c. the packet or two "Bobs" for a
cent at all the better stands and stores.
'HAT are fthey,
hun:!ks of th 4chewiest
chewing gum, alcoated
over with peppmrint
ca ndy-a new chew to
the guM ar.d a new v pep
to t~he ppra t
A1 D k e2: 6"BObs"
THEC F.A LDL EY C .Ly\T A
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- 0 v e
knev [ thtmc oe wa'hee heodgete
BothRth Oldgeta' MONEY an7Ewr
idAfger; for burllgars l gaentwy fle a rning t he e
mney an open, alng fire. at eny i Ownh Wive
toburn ker duge radte.nkwstutd
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
Enterprise National Bank of Laurens
N. B. DIlAL Pre C. H.. RODTRD oChier
The Empty Bowl
Tells the Story
The highest compliment you can pay a
- housewife is to eat heartily of the food that she
places before you. it proves the merit of her
Thousands every morning receive complete
satisfaction, and' enjoy to the last flake their
These daily compliments encouraged the
continued bettering of these Superior Corn
Flakes. The result was an improved Post Toasties
-crisper and better than evei.
Only the inner sweet meats of choicest In
dian Corn are used in making Post Toasties.
These meaty bits of nourishment are cooked,
rolled wafer thin, seasoned "just right" and
toasted to an appetizing golden-brown.
The flakes come to you in dust-proof, germ
proof, wax wrappers ready to serve direct from
the package---crisp, fresh and delicious as when
they leave the big ovens.
---The Superior Corn Flakes
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
The Season's Advance Styles
are shown to the
best advantage in
v\~ j'~ Publications K
~~'/~~II \ rNow on Sale /
i'I 'ISuscribe TPoday
I ~ McCALL'S
13ur1chase4d w ith any
15c .\eall 'attern.
it sfull of Usteful
Smart su.mmer Model lbingohold Sugges
~I~CaI1I f~C3 tions~ as well an In-. ACo umrCeu
~ We ar.oh ( "i' tore 'ting S t o r i e H, PcaI 1awrs~ '7
rna~ ohcr .~~au M 0ash io ews etc. To thf tio owAuguot de.ias.
Laurens, S. C.