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?AGE TWO .
Many Kinds of Rheumatism
One Sure Mode of Treatment
Authorities Say Don't Use Liniments. Treat
It Through the Blood. You Can't Rub It Out!
Whether your trouble is Sciatica, they originated,. will relieve you of
Lumbago or the dreaded Articular Rheumatism. Take S. S. S. today.
Etheuinatisml, the aniswer is the samhe. complete recovery of thousands
You must treat it through the blood, of sufferers by the use of S. S. S. Is
That is the only way to rid the sys. positiv proof that you can be re.
ten 'of uric acid, purify the blood and- ieved. S. S. S. is a blood tonic
revitalize the nerves. If the blood Is re
freed from impurities, litheuniatism revitalizes It, cleanses It, makes It
pure us it was before It became
inust go. 'T'his in short is the exniet ioisoned with impurities. S. S. S.
knowleilge gained by the research lab- gives It strength to drive out these
oratories of the S. S. S. Co., i n iuiurities-tho uric acid and orgaAaic
ta. There tests have been made for poison 1111d tt it tile ltheumatsxn.
fifty years. They know what Rhen- Get S. S. S. tt your druggist's, If
niatism is. They know that S. S. S., you riced spei
.the origin 1ad, c. wlrieo you ofS
the remarkable blood toile, v~irlch S. Co., Atlanta k Ga.
There arc times In every woman's life when she
needs a tonic to help her over the hard places.
When that time comes to You, yo t know what tonic
to take-Cardi, tile woure's tonic. Cardui is coe
posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act
gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs,
and helps build them back to strength and healthe
It has benefited thomisands and thousands of weak
ailing wornen in its past half century of wonderful
success, and it will do the same for you.
You can't scake a aistake in taking
The Woman's Tonic
Miss Amelia Wilson, R?. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.,
says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth,
for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was
so weak and nervous, and had suchi awful dizzy
spells and a poor appetite. Nowv I feel as wvell and
as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything."
Begin lking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers.
Has Helped Thousands.
shues s, just theAsm faris t
comfortable during the hot summer days,
and so inexpensive that you can select
many angor at small esta.
coos trng pureve sik and silk leats anthing."a
Lais fielpibed Thunevsns.gu
laran ot ie ith ca'.lptas
LoWhIon.Irpite o G~ry od) ontd s
W e arre shoing alyo taeotyf"in
an ineoaxpnsitioe tand yaaa-iorna select
many srcik 't ch e es o other inomt.ocl o F
WeXId crr jut ht o neei.os
ier , all n.ice light weigt inn a va~segriAet.o
colora npesl ndtiaise tpoua.
Ciatonfo~ Ladiers of inietraiobe u Inevet SlIiInrgu
Sateorot aroutlize wit c ntsip ta ps.e h(lyo
LowRoud-ripRats o n ryofdy ctfered (ory the Ad
Whereas T h 'ie Prode sitt minhallwa , of the th" o al
traton o Inentonalu Expsitinon andui o Panama-alofifori xonty
Fneor opecthe erates,~ fectuls or.:t othr lnorma.ion, cand on tsEAme
. c. dayoMPTlOay-or a fina g shar,
CTheare hrforetr oct nla-f~r ytuta Administrator A ETi-IN. ...
oSh o allt an inuar the ot kihndnrheedh ayo
a nd rdtoy of thuensad.J.S1iieptemb leron illrendr to al eate
'ereas athan hey e adaea suet aro countof my acts reand tong mae Ad
me togran himLettes ofAdmi its- nitiat (lte; esate all Paeran
betdat deuens our I-umuTesta-eent<,C Fathe, deeand or te officdaeo
Aenne, S..o the stt adefe of S. .~ludge poven rbe foren county
J. Prcc atn11thcloore.n.,oan onotessam
monus, all andhe haveular the aidre o ytuta Administrator.
Anrdinitriof heusaidnot be grnte. Agus 2erso ndeb.ed o. siett
den ded, mt hy heand thip2pe ay -',r oi---n eqie o aepy
fore me n th Cour oPone to ment on ti dae;rad alnl Iprso
rens S.C., n te 9h da ofSeptm-'resnrfl thon cor anyero f saiat,
Gie udrmyhn this 27t dia -le -tPotuigPls nt ~a.
r-2 f ugstAno omni195 aPicatio Cire lai eno4 Dayt.s0c
Hopewell, Sept. 6.--Edward Brock
is right sick at this writing, has had
very high temperature for . several
days. Dr. Shealey is the attending
physician and we hope for a speedy
Miss Mattie Brock has returned
from a very pilhasant visit to Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. loyd at Laurens.
Misses luford returned to their
home in Newberry a few days ago, af
ter a pleasant stay of several weeks
with thAr little cousins, Miss Jo
sephine Mailan, Carrie Bell and Mu
We Were mutch grieved to hear of
the ,erious Illness of \Irs. Arthur
Work man of Mlounltvill e. We hope cre
this, her condition is much improved.
M1rs. Workman was on(e our neighb1or
and was nutlch loved il this ('omunility
Miss Mattie iBriock for tle week-end.
M r. Will Ziinmeriman and lite
soi, Dan, visited in tihis coiuini11 ityI
the past week.
Mlrs. Tom Davis aid Mrs. J. L. Dick
ort attended W. .Ml. U. of the Ieedy
Itiver ausociat ion at 13u11s River last
.liss i-'anie Alice Williams of Nile
ty SiX is a pleasan t vislior at the holme
of her brother, M r. Maarshal Williams.
M '. and Mrs. J. M. .orioR Mr.\. and
.rs. .1. l. Plickert. leave Tui' eslaiy a'.
d'ie':tes from llopewell (hurc'h to the
In te'denom iti2)lonal S. S. Col vet lon
at Sand.v Srl'iungs.
.\1r. and \ts. Bob CopeLad o'' Clin
ton visited at '\Ir*. Joe .onroe: Sunl)
(21a d ad atteldd chiirch at lopewl I
In the afternoon.
Aliss uI oise Workman left. Saturday'
to take charge of the musical depart
ilent in the Mouniville high school.
Roy Crawford and lEarl Workman.
two of our most prosperous younlg
farmers have returned from Clemson
College wherq they have beenl tile past
month, taking a special coirse ill
farming and cotton grading.
Seyborn Day visited his unle at
.Jalapa in Newberry county last week.
.\Mrs. C. V. .\lonrle and little son
have returned from Newberry.
GRAY~ C'O[URTi NEW'S. *
Gray Court. Sept. i.--ilillie, the lit
IIc two-year old child of Mr. and Mrs.
G '. llellams, died last Ttiesday night
and was buiriedl at Di:Als cliurch tle
(<,low ing afterloon at .1 o'clock. The
parent s have the sympathy of their
nuilerou0s friends in their bereave
.\Mrs. illie Coker, who has beeni
very ill fo' Som111 tile, does not Sh1ow
a great deal of improvement.
.r. .. W. Wells has heen very anx
ous5 OVeir thle conidit ion of his met her
whol( has been) ver'y ill at the hlomei of
.\ir. and 2)11s. J1. RI. Clhertson, ait
Rkom.i for soRme time).
A ilrot raCtd mi ~ eet ing 1has b;een in
pregress at thle Haait ist chu irch for1
some11 tIie. Rev. Mir. Crian ha Ius be'en
preaching, assisted by Rev. .J. L. IHag
got t, Ih 11ast51OR' of thle ('hurchio.
M\rs. Willi:;, the mother of .\Ir. TI. A.
Willis, hlas heen qiuite sick for someW
.\1 r. and is. J1. E. JIohnison and( ch111
dren('i have retu11rned from North ('ar~o
lina, where they hav'e been visiting
Pale, sickly girls wh'lo are approa02ch
iing the age of womanhood stand)( in
neeii of thle fi ne reguhn l;i g and)(
st ren~gthening iieince of I )R. SI.\M
.\ON'S SQU'AW \'INI' WiNIk. it is
wellI ada Pted( to mneet suchI condiitioens
andl( estab1l ishl regulaityll. it (correct s
langiiidness, dullI eyes, hadi breathl,
weakI digest ion. andl~ nIa IVousness0. it
helps the siiffe rer thirough the ('rit ical
Iferiod, restIores strength, aipplettite and
a c'lear, rosy coRmpllex ion. Pice $1.00
per bottle. Hold by all driiggists5.
* DO NOTi F'olmET'i. *
D on't. forget that thle coin ig year
will probably again he one0 of highi
;)riced feedstutffs. i.et 's prepareil' now
to) meet theC situat ion with an31 immienise
erop of fall girain, bo)th for' fall, win
I! tf and spr'inig 'astrat:igo and1( for feed
next year. Andl while we arc aboullt it,
it is well to remnembeir that, ini nearly
all :arlt s of thle Sout thi lle soonelr thles e
crops are sowni after Septemuber first,
the ear'lier and hetter the grazing will
he. Don't wait u~nt il winter to'plant,
and then repior't that "'smallI gr'ains
dlon't pay in the South.".-Tihe Progres
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured.
"My attention was first called to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy as much as twelve
years ago. At that time I was seri
ouisly ill with suimer complaint. One
dose of this remedy checked the trou
bMe," writes Mrs. C. W. Florence,
Rockfield, -lnd. For sale by all deal
LISBON NEWS. *
Lisbon, Sept. -1.-Farm work has
commenced to improve soie since the
fodder has got ripe and ab-out har
vested. Some young corn to be look
ed after in the way of fodder In the
course of two or three weeks. 'rho
young cotton is growing and putting
on very rapidly, but we think that
.lack Frost will get the most of it. The
old cotton has commenced to openx
very fast, and we farmers will soon
be busy up to Christmaus. We are look
lug forward to a better price tor our
Cotton this fall, anld in case we fail,
the coutntry will not be i n any bet
tier sihmapd than last year. I lowever,
we will not try to vross the bridge
Un1ti! we get there. The sowing of
small grain will commiene in the
oat ly pait of tle fall mnonths an( con
1tinie Ii, in)to the winte! imiontlths. froi
v l!'.t we ean liear 'l' 't w b he 1w -1"
ol y sutecess i a ihe futuri'e.
.\!ises .1uiia Alacfarn of !lti
ior', Kathleen lhY aniid .1. .1. Adams,
of l.:i'r'ns. visit'd .1. T. A. li'lIlow and
lainiiy last week.
\iisses IhIary n'..l 'ivia Boyd, of
.\loinivill vi'sited . \ '. ami .lIs.
Charlevs .\lihun thi; Ia--f weev(.k.
IZ. 1. lasleY of the Spail t:inbur
. spilent. last S ndlay with :(.lglve.
at sl: plac'.
lDr. C'a rie iullr' of, Morristown,
Tenin.. While hecre to atternd th,- fun0r
: l is i b . Air~s. Flk sof .\iounIt
vihspelfntawhile wvillh i:; 'ister,
\Ir. and .rs. Siinps;onl Malone ioved
Io !ienno last Sunday to tnk' their
bonle wvith Mr. atal .\i. Fielding Ray.
\l Katlile ll Holmes of 0t' .. ulia
I rby lospital, spenit las.t Sunday
night with homuefolks.
Capit. W. P). Iludgens came down
from LIaurens tlis morning to put the
gasolInc engine in rinning order, that
tie sold Nir. A. It. Iolilles. Mir. Iolmes
is running his aite mill on full time
anlld is ready to make molasses for tilie
public. The gasoline engine pulls
the mill mithel bter than mules, and
it does not cot Is m lucl to run it.
Mr. and Mirs. THee Martin, of Trin
ity-1idge spe iint. last Sunday with his
brotheir, Norwood Martin and fainily.
\ir. A. It. Sullivan and .\l. Greer of
fhar'leston, were visiting these parts
last. week. 'Mr. SillIvan is always on
his job. You can look for that, and
rest assured that tihe business that he
I1 looki ng after will te attenlded to.
We Itrut that. Col. Sam .I. Nicholli
"'ho was elected to congress a few
i!ays ago, will make good for Sam
ias ftie ability and you can't say that
lie Is lazy, aid we look forward to
some greati work from him int congress
'o let's all help him If we can.
Wmvw You Need a General Ton%
The Old Simard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
Genseral Tonic beenuse it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININB
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drived
out Malaria, Enrics the Blood and
Bailds up the Whole System. 50 cents.
Priesbyterianis P'racticee Early.
Clin ton Aug. 20.-TI'he mianagement
of the foot ballI team of' the Presoy
I era in (Coillege of South (Cariol Ina is
send~ing out a call to all membhers of
the fooltball sttiadt to r'elor't foir prael
tiIfe in Clinitoii on .\onday, Septcmber'
5th. 'The Priesbyterians have an ex
1'eedligly' good chance for a strong
team t his year andl are takIng advan
tage of their opportunities by begIn
ning thir i'priact ice e'arly.
'The 'onehi, .\I i. Wialt er A. .iohinson,
wIll be in Clinton about the 1st of
September, ready for wyork. The fIeld
is being put in shape and till equip
n~.ie arraniged for eart ' lyiac tice.
''lh P'resby ternis hiope to have alt
ex(cept two of their' last year's team
back again this yeair andt have thopes
oif some ver'iy good additions to the
'Varsity. 'They have a very strong
sehednte to face, includting games with
Woffor'd, Uniiversity of South Carmolina,
F~urmIan, ('itadet, IErskine, Cl emson
('aird of Thaniks.
We wish to thank our neighbors
andI friends for their many dleeds of
kindntess shown (luring the recent ill
ness and dleath of our (tear fatther.
Mlay God's r'ichiest blessings rest upon
Mr. andl Mrs. C. P. Wilson.
A ('omning 3MarrIage.
The I lenry Laurens Chapter D. A. RI.
Reliquests the honor of your precenco
at the marriage of thelir daughiter
Mir. Tomn Thumb
Friday evening, tenth of September
One thousand nine hundred and11 nine
at eIght-thirty o'clock
1(1e Ihour Theatre
Admission 15 and 25c.
Cara OM Sotes, Oter Iemdes Wes't Cus.
Th. werst cases, no~matter of howloug standing,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Portette Antiseptio Healing oit. it relieves
Pain and Heals 05tth tmem. 25e. jtac 53.
This Season's Styles Favor Patterns
All the newest styles
are easily made with
Now on Sale
Get a Copy of the
It is full of the Ne w
A Chic Fall Contume t.A Advance t tilUmn) - cwct Stylo
lIt" Sit yjeq '
Laurens, S. C.
425 Acre Farm five miles south of
Laurens known as the Dr. Anderson pla
with seven tenant houses and one six-room
dwelling. 125 acres in bottom land, from
+some of which $50.00 worth of Hay per+
acre has been mowed. A fine proposition
for a stock farm, on the new creamery+
+ route, which is to be established soon.
FOR A SHORT TIME, SEVEN
THOUSAND FIVE HUNRED ($7,500)
will buy this farm and on e easiest terms.
Laurens TrSt Company
J. S. Machen, See'y.-Treas.
- MAHAD THAT
- m/ MONEY
QUIT THAT "'GET RICK QUICK"
SPIECUL ATION .
"Last year I had some money saved up" he said,
"and IF I had kept it in the Bank and left it there it
would be there NOW, with more added to it. But a
stranger came along with an enticing looking scheme
and I bit. If I had had any sense I would have asked
my BANKER about these 'good things' before I in
vested and LOST my money.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
Enterprise National Bank of Laurens
N. B. DIAL. Pres. 0.. H. ROPER, Casie