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Get Rid of Scrofula
How? Take S.S. S.
Fifty Years' Use Proves S. S. S.
Will Relieve Stubborn Cases i
You have noticed the little fester. r
ig pimples oil the face and body- a
swelling of the glaids-soreniess InI
the legs and arim iuisles. These are a
the syigtoms of Scrofula. You 1
tunay have some(1 of these syllp
tols, possibly the talot of Scrofula '
infection. But il ither c ase, it Is it k1
dangerous condition. Your blood is
infect(. impure, nii you ant lievert
says Mrs. Sylvania Woods,
writing of her experience w
tonic. She says further:
Cardul, my back and hea
thought the pain would kil
to do any of my housework.
of Cardtil, I began to feel lit
gained 35 pounds, and nov
as well as run a big wate.
I wish every suffering
a trial. I still use Cardui
and it always does me go(
tired, worn-out feelings, etc.
ly trouble. Signs that you
tonic. You cannot make a
for your trouble. It has bt
women for more than fifty
Get a Bott
We ar e 1, showinj
sheer weaves, just I
comfortable during ti
and so inexpensive
many changes at sma
We carry just w
iery, all nice light we
colors in pure silk an<
Ladies fine ribbe<
lar and out sizes with
('olny olf I.ni:rl.'l
whereaso-, pet itionii sWigned by a leg~aI
(11isir.0t No. 1, I urini i 1. (oun Ity, South1 L
Carouna, ask(ing 1for an el'cti oln uplonl in
the1 LjL3~ q ltoln of vot ing l a niidditionail hi
2 1 m li' axuponi the jpo erly ini said t
AChiool dIstIrict to be' usi fo r schiool m
iprposes0, hav bee fled I i'( wih I the
ll bo1 b orded uon I' 0aCi idOI:1,11 PInestion, ei
said! PJleion to be held onl the 8lth day
of Septemb~er, 1915', at Wairrcn I Steven's )oh
atgementl of th le trustees of said( schiool tI
Only s'1uc'h eleefors a . returnIl real
or' neraonl nranrty fom.I twain una
ope to gain )erfect health until the
inpurities are washed from the sys.
em. If you feel badly all the time,
ou must crave health. If 'you waiit
c feel renewed spirits, the glow of
erfect health, bright eyes, clear
kin, the knowledge that you are
,ell, you can do so. Cleanse your
lood by taking S. S. S. For fifty
ears it has been the standard blood
urinler. It relieves the trouble by
mnourishing the blood, renewing its
trength, and stinoulating the flow so
,at the blood regains its lost vitality,
ud tliro.lt off the poIson. Even
mg-sttfdi(Ing cases respond. But
ou tyiist use S. S. S. Take It for all
11oA Infections. * Get it .At your
If you ieeed special advice, write
lie S. S. S. Co., At.lanta, Ga.
of Clifton Mills, Ky., In
ith Cardui, the woman's
"Before I began to use
d would hurt so bad, I
i me. I was hardly able
After taking three bottles
:e a new woman. I soon
F, I do all my housework,
woman would give
when I feel a little bad,
side ache, nervousness,
are sure signs of woman
iced Cardui, the wofnan's
mistake in tryin Cardul
ent helping wefk, ailing
? THE :-:
: a variety of fine
he fabrics to make
ie hot summer days,
that you can select
hat you need in hos
ight in a variety of
I silk lisle at popular
unidervests in regu
can't slip straps.
2in 1 *
Does it easiest
Th F. fF. Dailey Co., Ltd.,
h1 exhibt the14ir taxI* rcipts and1( re
TIhese favoing the :o iill addilion
tax shaill vote a1 h:li i (ont aining~
4' word "Vl-:' wriIIten or t'rhnted *
('reon. 'Thtose agalinst the 2 mIl! ad(- 4
Il)i1nal tax~ .11hall vute a lot COn
inngth ord "NO" writtenI or
inted( thlereoni. Polls shall open 1 at'
Shtti'r of ( o'clock in thle forcenooni
id shall rin~tt ope(n1 until the hour 2i
O'clock - Ii t aftenoo when1
Th - trustees shiall report the resuilt'
thle election to the COuntliy audlitor
id (lounty supeiten(cdent of educa- $
mn within t n dys thlereafteor.
JAMi$S II. SllAlVAN,
1y order of County Hoard.
)fficial Count Increases
Mllelal Tabuaititlon of Votes Showed
that Nichorls Lead Ills Opponent, It.
A. 31or'ain. by 693 Votes. Morgan
his not Annonticed ais to Future.
The otficial 11ttins from ithe. four,
'otunties in the Fourth Congressional
'istrlit show that Sainuel J. Nicholls,
h. Spartanburg candidate, lead his
'reenville opponenit, 11. A. Morgan, by
'93 votes in the district. Mr. Nicholls
arried Lairens, Union and Spartan
uIIIrg cout!'i es while Mr. Morgan only
aTried Is h01 onic' county. Nicholls'
najority in Spartanburg county was
1,947 and Morgan's majority in Green
ille county was 2,026 votes. Nicholls'
najority In Laurens county was 4.14
Ind in Union county 328. The follow
.ng is the oilcial tabulation:
3partanburg ... 2,728 4,675
3reenville ........4,188 2,162
Laurens ......... 1,201 1,645
Lnion ............ 991 1,319
Totals .. .. ... ...9,108 1,801
Total vote polled I S,09.
Nicholls' nmajority, C!93.
.\tr. Nicholls was elected for the tin
pxpired terill of .Jos. T. .1 ohntson, So hte
wVill not have a full term of two years
1o serve. Ile will take the oath of
afiice when contgress convenles inl the
tall an(d wil l have abourt sixteen
monthilit to s:erve. Shouild Ie desire to
return to coigress after that time,I
anlid it is assumtteid that he will, he will
have to enter the lists again inext
The Next Hlace.
Mt'. Morgan has not announced
whether or not he will run agait next
year, but Mr. A. 11. Miller, whose ad
vIt isiIg cm:iitpaignr won for him muelh t
niotoriety, has already declared his
inteitiont to be inl the race again. 'T'he
thter canfdidates havoe not beei heard
.it. Nicholls has issued a card of
thanks to those voters who supported
hitt. at ile same litile inviting the cco
s'perationl of all good (itizents inl mtak
in htis term a "hreneit to my people
ind a eritedit to Imtyself antd the people
of itly distriet".
It la be-en reported that Col. 0. W.
Bahb. a stout supportei' of Mr. Nicholls
inl the campaign, will be naied the
n1W c0n gIessia n's private secretary.
So far tirs lacks conilriat ion.
Nicholls i Yotr Mant.
'.:"rm .1. Nichiolls is the sort of .lodge
and Mts. George W. NichollI, of SpaI
alaitrg, anld is associated withIt his
rather in he practi'e of law. MI.
Nichtoi!s is :(r yearis of age.
"'Sm .ii . Nicholls was educr(ated at.
Woffordc college andi at \'ir'girnia I'o1y
ct renii st itote, 1 ila(ksbur g. tie read
aw in hris fatlher's olii'', anid was adt
Intitt ed to thte ha r. N ichollis and~ Ntchc
Ills tiVe se'rv~ed ais ('ty3 at torneys3' ti
'outytt atto'rne'ys for' a numrtber of
rears in:st. 'iThe fitrst toilitical ofllce
mchet by3 Satir. .1. Nicholls wvas a seat
ni the state houitse ot' r'epresenttatives
o which Ihe was elected( a few years
rgo. tie did tnot enter the i'ace tot'r
'c-election to this oillce, but last year
'art fir contgre'ss again't the incumir
>en t. .tos'iph TI. .Iohnitson.
''A few~ mon thIs ago, \ir. Nicholls
tay,. W\is., in Greenville.
".\'. Nitcho~llIs' grta nd fathlir,'. lev.
Mrin It. .ilonies, was a prtomiintet mtemi
er ot' thte Sothi 'ar'olina Mlethiodtis
tintfetrnc'e, andi onte oif thre state's
nost active workersi for t' advanice
Weare shcowin tcSortn' or lth' hce.t
itlcea i Iittin lio i rniture ot-I (r
8. M1. & E. II. Wtll'm & CO.
I1:ti'rheae n huickly(i urord.
irs ar'.o. .\t that timoe i w'as seri
u l:-! withi suunnefr ('omob,:int. One
cisc of thItis remtud y chiecked thre Itroct
1w.''-wrM .\r' ('. W. IFlortentce, a
tock'field, indl. I'or sale by ait (teal- ~
** * ** * * * ** * * * ** *.
iM1ELY~ P'OINTElis F011 *
Oillf!A1t0) tN: flil DEN. *
Arurust 16 to 22. *
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * ht
t'he lor' tiultuitrat Division of C'lem- b)
ont 'Clltege wiltl be gladl to answer airy I)
nestitorns Irertatinng to orchard ot' C
ltant letturoe now and it wi'll miake S
eanls in (lie open gi'rundi before co1ld
For fall gi'eens there Is nothing~ bot
3r thtan savory3 spinneht. rTe seed
Cuit out the flower stalks of canina
s soon as the flowers fadn and new
owors will -be produced rnore abun
What is prettier than a flourishing
ed of pansies? If you wish strong,
arly-blooming plants, sow the seed
It Is still not too late to make an
ther planting or bunch snap beans or
u set out tomato plants of the Earl
tna or Bonny Bert varieties.
If you failed to grow your own cel
ry plants, order plants now from a
cod man. They should be set in the
luld by the flrst of September.
iritiuroses are among the best of
ur spring flowerilng plants for in
loors. Sow the seed now in a mix
ure of light loam, leaf mold and sand.
Chrysanthemums should now be
tansplanted to a pernaient place.
welve ,by twelve inchos apart is a
ood distance to set them, but where
pace Is limited, they may be placed a
ew inches closer.
Now. is a goodl time to sow radishes
in the open ground for fall use. Other
all garden crops that can be sown
Low are turnips, rutabagas and beets.
Peach trees at 3 cents each, apple
roes at 12 1-2 cents each, grape vines
t 5 1-2 cents each. These are the
>rices of fruit trees purchased through
,our county demonstration agent.
low do they compare wit lithe charg
s of the tree agent?
OUT OF THE ('LO11003
any a Gl oomy (ounttenamnce In Laui
reiis Now Lightei With Happiness.
.\ bad back nalakes y.ou glooinly.
Can't be happy with continual back
Tile aChes a1(d pains ol a bad back
TO frlutefitly dute to .weak kidnevys.
oall's Kidiley i'ills ar I'evCoilleid
'i '.01 wea2k kidnley.
so) 1Iaurenls (itizenls testify.
C. 1). 1obertsonl. fWimer, Roue No.
Laurenis, says: ".ly back was Ilm
mld ny kidneys were dist decled. Of
:i whien I tried to lift ,a sharp pain
eize( me in the small Pf1 imly back alldi
had to drop whale -1r1 I had in mlly
mand. MThie kine cretiolns passed
(o frequelitl but tle flow was scality
nd burned teibh'. I had such bad
lizzy spell.s th V alimost fell. Atter
.l ferling abotit a year, I Irad about
)oan's Kidley Pills an(d got a box at
he Laurens 0-iig Co. Tlley relieved
tIe inl a tew days, aild by tthe time I
lad used four boxes I was rid of the
roible. The cure has been permIia
Price 50c at all d'a lrs. Don't sim
I1y at sk for a kidiey remedy-get
)oan's Kidney Pills- -the satie that
Ir. Rober-tsonl hadl. 'otr lib r
'o., Prop.-;., Buffalo, N. Y.
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A TRIBUTE OF R ESPE("'. *
* * * * U** .. * . * ** . ..
I iimmr1y of Ile death of M'. L. S.
Iaelihray, we the Illembers of the Bible
1a.;s of the Laiigstol 1 Baptist Sun day
chjool, wish to express in words (llr
ar't- let sy'ipathy to tle relativeis
ld frienids of him, who inl the capaci
y of a Silnday school teacher, [ot
mly I ried to do his Iity but gave
its himble service and has Itut lues
innalbly' mtolded aL inod1(eliar'acter' iln
ve'ry one who h1)1le has had the pleas
lie iti teachinjg.
lie at all tilmes look delight in Suni
lay schtool work, both hete anid at
hnidy' E-lriings, whier'e he mit wVith
in))1mited'( su1(ccess, thlough I he had re
.igned ( thIere somei fewi y'eal s bef'ore
Alr. .eil'hay as a cit izen, htad an
Iliaiie love towards Is negbr
nd( friends and was alwiays welcomed
ni thle homies of the people, liewa
speellally fond (of socIal life and was
goodl ('onverisationtali1st along agri
ultural ams well as lioliticall lines, lie
ad atIt a Ined a good scripturtal k now I
dIge ini hiis ealy day'(13s, therIeby' fitItig
11m to be an etllclent. anid inflluiential
nistrue ltor. As a ('Irist iant bellieer,
e was a 1Prlesbt)'Ierian, thoughi lhe
s. Atlso be had a chiaritiable d (isposI
1(on ,both I in thles, chool andll1) liher
bureh work, and( was never' found to
*e (listru'istfuil in any of his dlealings
'ith his f'ellowmen.
'lark, .Martitt Pool(', t-anhtew Claridy,
:1yd( fliobo, and~ I ligh .\yers. all mleml
er's of is class willingly' offered
hteir ser'vicels as pall Leairers at the
.tnitral services, whIle the y.ounlg Ia
iei deoria ted thle gravie with beautII
.11 flower ls.
We shall eve' che ri sh his meftmory
lid we extenid to thte be'eav'ed famiily
i:r' ttiost heartfelt symiplathiy. The
rhool I ogethier w ith thle entirto eoti
hIunityv sufferis a sever'e loss, al though
>rtuina tely, Mir. J. T1. Hobo has been
lectIed to succeedl him I.
WVe dlesire that a ('opy of this be sn t
the famIly of the deceased, that It
D )111 publie in each of thle couty3
alPers, that a coply be sent to his
rurch and t hat it be iniscribhod in thle
lliute book of the Laingston Baptist!
L. T. Benjamin,
Mirs. RI. Ld. Holland,
noyd n omitee
Corn on the Cob
--the Roasting Ear
is not more delicious than
---the toasted sweet
of the corn fields!
In the growth of corn there is a period when
the kernels are plumped out with a vegetable milk,
most nutricious. As it slowly ripens this hardens
and finally becomes almost flinty.
Only this part of the corn is used in making
Post Toasties, the hush. germ and all waste being.
This nutritious part is cooked, seasoned "just
right," rolled and toasted to a crackly golden
brown crispness-Post Toasties---the
1#%a 101 19i v
&uperior Itorn r laxes
And they cost no more than the ordinary
"corn flakes." Insist upon having Post Toasties.
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
To the Voters of the 4th
I take this opport timliity t4) eX)reXss to you iny hearty 'and
siw'ere thInks Illor! the lonmor you have coilltri'd upon le by
electillg mie to Collgress.
I wish to express to Illy friinds Iy sinn a'I' Ippreviat.ion.
for)I their unitiring" efl'orts exerte(d in mybhaf Ihp to.
See eache oe of thirn at ain carly (lilte aill X ie'xsn to tihmIII lly
apreiation in) perlson. 1 shall1 treasun-v the.ir frienldship as
long" as I live.
I have en deavore..d from ite vrv he nn o fI' the ia
paign1 to mlake it4a l c lenhonest. fair. 4i0h IIn Jny mPits and on
thle issued.4 advolvnted by III, and ,;(. out inl Iy phlt orm. OnI
this fighlt, you have sveen lit 4to elet inl, and I wish to aissure
yoll that I shall iideilvor 4 to d4o 1vin mlmy pwer foll 1
ile people of imy district. I amll now PmW nIr t, an1d what
verl ability and energy I ma1:Y h Il l bw ( NIrteid inl yoneI
behalf Iin the work i hav.e before~ mle 1for1 Y01m I.n:al wed'lfme.
I (arlnlest ly ilk all thle peopl, thoe vi. M ed for me
aild thow wh voted agalins-4 to isjoin l , Wil e and
help Iw' mlake Illy teril (f oli e sir 11 grea-tu ;Iwiess thit it,
w ill o 1' f great bI lten fit t mlly p opll ' d edit to my
S4eilf and to4 the people of ImlY distrit.
A-:Iiin assurinig you (0, mlY deep s4inOCer, 41m14 heartfelt
apprecciationl for Ihe honor. yol u vi ve conferri'dl pol li.t, Iilt
Vey simnrly your's,
SAM J. NICHOLLS
A ugust 25, 1915.
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