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Yes;S. S. S.IPurel Ve eable
Nature's Safe Blood Treatment
- Known for 50 Years As the Best .S. S. S.- Is guaranteed to be a
Remedy fr Rheumatism, Catarrh, purely vegetable remedy. It Is made
Scrofua, Skl, Diseases. . entirely of gentle-heting healing, pu
Scientists have discovered that.the rifying..roots, herbs and barks, pos,
forest and the field, are abundantly sessing properties that build up iAl4
supplied With vegetation of various -parts. of 'the system, Im additiox r, "
kinds, that furnish the ingredlents moving all impurities and olsons
for making a remedy, for practically from the bl d. S. S. S s a safe
every ill and- ailment of mankind. treatment f Rheuma in, Catarrh,
Medicines pnade from roots, herbs, and Scrofula, So es and .ers, Skin Dis
barks which Nature has placed at the eases, Conta IOus ood Poison, and
disposal of man, are better than all disorders f t blood. It cleanses
strong mineral mixtures and concoc- the entire fy and it's permanent.
tiohs. Mineral medicines work dan- Got . S. S. S. at any drug' store.
gerously on the delicate parts of the S. S. S. Is a -standard remedy recog
system, especially the stomae's and nized everywhere as the greatest
bowels, lgy eating out the living mem- blood' antiilote ever discovered. It
brane, ptoducing chronic dyspepsia yours Is a beculiar case write to S. S.
and often entirely ruining the health. S. Co. Atlanta. Ga.
And For Three Sunners Mrs. Vin- believe I would have died it I hadn't
cent Was Unable to Attend to. After I began taking Cardul, I was
Any of Her Housework greatly helped, and all three bottles re
lieved me entirely.
I fattened up, and grew so much
Pleasant 1:1111, N. C.-"I suffered for stronger In three months, I felt like an
three summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether."
Vincent, of this town, "and the third and Cardul Is purely vegetable and gentle
last time, was my worst.
. I had dreadful nervous headaches and actn ts i ngredi nt ildionic
prostration, and was 'scarcely able to
walk about. Could not do any of my
houseork.Improves the appetite, tones up the ner
housework.s syste, and helps to make pale,
I also had dreadful pains In my back so c
and sides and whii one of those weak, Cardul has helped more than a million
sinking spells would come on me, I wak women, during the past 50 years.
would have to give up and lie down, Itwill surely do for you. what It has
until it wore off.
I was certainly in a dreadful state of
Write to: Chauminooga Aiedit Co.. Ladlesl Ad.
health, when I finally decided to try v D ittar1ooga. Tenn.. for Special ]
sh-troner in three mn6th et boike anH
Cardul. the wonan's tonic, and I firmly Treatment vo n.segat an etl
W Wite' Goods
We are showgng a variets of fine
sheer weaves, just the fabrics to make
comfortable during tho hot summere days,
and so inexpensive t that you can select
many changes at small cost.
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flar adl tout saizesl with sle an'T t sip thsfgtrapk.
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selcte hr which esare a w ay ofac heial Ioutheie, tm
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* The' Laur9nu Assocjntion.
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The 19th annual session of the Lau
rens Baptist association will convene
with Mt. Galagher church in the
southwestern part of the county, fif
teen miles from Laurens, Tuesday
September 28th, and will be in session
three days. Following is the list of
churches and homes assigned:
Bulah-J. R. Redden.
3eavordam--E. D. Madden.
Bellview--J.- C. Mabry.
Bethabara--J. 0. Martin.
Calvary-W. II. Davenport.
Chestnut Ridge-J. T. Odell.
Clinton-F. B. D3oland. .
Crdss 11111-- John W. Beeks.
Durban Creek-S. 1-. Brissie.
Friendship-N. E. Cooper.
Goldville-J. W. Jones.
Gray Court-W. L. Cooper.
Ilarmony--J. B. Hill. .
lenderson--J. F. Medlok.
Highland Ilonc-W. S. Knight.
Iolly Grove-Preston Abrams.
Lanford-C. W. Jones.
First Laurens-J. C. Martin.
Second Laurens-'.T. K. Daniel.
'Lucas Avenue--Ben Brown.
Lydia-H. L. Baldwin.
M\t. Olive-Rev. A. C. Copeland.
Mt. Pleasant-J. W. B. Hill.
A1ountville-P. F. Martin.
New Prospect-J. N. Odell.
Poplar Spring-T. L. 'Martin.
Prineton-IL. E. Martin.
Ifabun Creck-J. 13. Odell.
Warrior Creek-J. n. Martin.
Union-W. M. Davenport.
Mrs. 31amie Bolt and W. 1). MNitchell
wIill care for traveling delegates.
Delegates and visitors coming by
rail will come to Ware Shoals, five
miles friom Shoals Junction. fly noti
fying Mr. J. L. M*artin, chairman of
the I'ospitality Committee, he will
meet you at Ware Shoal; with pri
Pale, sickly girls who are approach
ing the ago of womanhood stand in
need of tho line regulating and
strengthoning influence of )R. SIM
MON'S SQJAWV VINE WINE,. It is
well adapted to meet such conditions
and establish regularity. It corrects
languidnosa, dull, eyes, bad breath,
weak digestion, and nervousness, It
helps the'sufferor through the critical
period, restorca strength, appetite and
a clear, rosy complexion. Prico $1.00
por bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Tile Laurens Advertiser in a recent
issue seemed to ho under the impres
sion that the building of the Appa
lachian high way via Whitmire, Glenn
Spring and Spartanburg would mean
that it would divert travel away from
Greenville and would make the Appa
lachian highway the main road to the
mountains. That is not what we un
derstand by the building of this road.
Thereo is no%% a good road from Spar
tauburg and one from .Greenville to
Ilendersonville. The building of the
A ppalachian highway would only make
two roads from the low country to the
mutins and the traveler could then
take his choice, or journey by one go
in~g andl the other returning.
'Tho building of this road does not
in the least interfere with thec Pied
m ionlt highwany, except that it will crc
ato a rival and thle one thuat, is best
kept will induce the travel. In fact,
if the traveler desired to take the
Spartanburg route to the mountains
he could go via Laurons and from
there to Spartanburg, but the Laurens
Spartanburg road needs vecry much at
tention to mhakd it attractive to the
Weo desire to see the Piedmont high
wvay kept in first-clas's condition, and
we wvant -to see the Appalachian high
way built also, and then it will ho up)
to the two routes to induce the travel
their way by keeping the road in good
condition. A little rivalry and a lit
tie conmetition are good things to
have around. Let us build both roads
and then let Laurens put the Spar
tanubur'g road in good condition and in
vito the tourist that way.
The peoplO along thoe Newberry way
of the A plalchianl highway mean huts
mness and1 expect and have dletermined
to have one of the best roads in the
State. We are expecting IUion and
Spartanburg to look after their end
Work willl commence on the New
berry end in the 15th.--Newberry
Herald and Ne'ws.
Diaurroon 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
ou'sly ill with summer complaint. One
dose of this remedy chocked the trou
'ble," wy'ites Mrs. C. W. Florence,
Itockfield, Ind. For sale by all deal
Wete Von Need a Gleneral1 s
The Okt StnKW Om~e' Tasteles
cill Tonio hequalily valuable as a
Geaaerel Temlo boeabee it ctalns thme
wiell known bouac propertieofQMND
and IRON. If, scts on th~e Jver, Drive.
otat Malaris, 1XCirsches the Wlood and
Baflda up the Wholo Aetnim- Ad cnme
M1r. IL U. Grqueker.
Mr. R. H. Greneker is the oldest
newspaper mali and at the same time
the youngest man in the 'business
in the city. He has just "growed"
up in the business and received
training and his nourishment in the
old Herald office before the birth of
the News. He was also identifled'with
the News as proprietor when it was
consolidated with the Herald. and so
he was present at the birth of The
Herald and News. And for the' past
several years he has been with The
Herald and News as its local reporter.
lie seems almost a part of us. lie is
painstaking, faithful, energetic, loyal
and true. If thero is a local or a per
sonal he will gct it. In fact, lie has a
nose for news, and why shouldn't he?
IHe has been brought up in the busi
Mr. Gieneker 111ves The Herald and
News this week to go with our con
temporary, The Observer. The Observ
er is able to pay him more money than
we could and he goes for that reason
alone. Wo regret to give him jup, but
our advice has always been to any one
who has worked in this oflice to go
when they could get more pay tlan we
felt a;blo to give. We are always
pleased to see those who have worked
for us especially better their condi
tion. Mr. Greneker will do faithful
work for The Observe, and we wish
him mighty well.
Wo have sent many young men to
other fields from this oflice and we are
pleased to know that they aro all (o
ing well and making good.
The Herald and News will continue
to gather all the news that is around
and servo it to its readers. The edi
tor has been with the paper a good
many years and will now have to go
a little more work, but he will en
deavor to do it as best he can.-New
berry lerald and News.
Is Sickness a Sin I
If not, it's wicked to neglect illness
and means of relief. it's wicked to
endure IUvor Ills, Headache, Indiges
tion. Constipation, when one dose or
l'o-Do-lax gives relief. Po-Do-Lax is
Porophylin (May Apple,) without the
gripe. It arouses the Liver, Increases
the flow of bile-Nature's antiseptic in
the Bowels. Your Constipation and
other ills disappear overnight because
Po-l)o-Lax has helped Nature to re
move the cause. Get a bottle from
your Druggist today. Get rid of your
To .Move Tihe Crops.
Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 8.-Showing its
faith in an early revival of business
throughout the South, Southern Rail
way Company is increasing its supply
of high class box cars to be used in
th(' movement of erops and the gen
eral distribution of merchand'i-e
which is offered for shipment in nor
nial fall season.
One thousand old cars have recent
ly been rebuilt and concerted into
mlodern steel underfra me ears, the
work being done at the var'ious Com
pany shiops throughout the South and
at the Lenoir Car Works, Lenoir City,
reni., and another tho'usand will be
put through the same proess in time
t0 aid in the fall crop movement.
During tihe past year 3,250 new steel
uanderframet- box car's wero aquired
which with the cars being rebuilt will
givo Southern Railway over 5,000 new
box at's of heavy cap~acity and modern
design, a substantial proportion of the
total number of box car's it owns.
fte Quinins That lees Net Affect The Head
necause of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA
TIV!H nROMuO QUININE~ is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
ringinug In head. Remunmber the full name and
look for the signature of EC. W. GROvE. 25c.
"1 was annmoyoed for over a year by
attacks of acute indigestion, followed
by constipation," writes Mrs. M. J.
Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried ev
erything that was recommended to ma
for this complaint but nothing d11d me
much good until about four months
ago I saw Chamberlain's Tablets ad
vertised and procur'ed a 'bottle of them
from our druggist. I soon realized
that. I had gotten the right thing for
they helped me at once. Since tak
ing twvo bottles of them I can eat
heartily without any bad effects,"
Sold by all dealers.
Mrs. Sarah Angeinae Welles.
Gray Court, Sept. 1t.-Mrs. Sarah
Angeiline Wells, wife of John W. WVells
of- Cor'onaca, died this morning at 10
o'clock at the home of her daughter',
Mr's. Jf. HI. Ctulbertson, neat' Waterloo.
The inter'ment will be tomorrow at
i i o'clock in Mt. Pleasant cemetery,
butrial services to be conducted by the
Rev. J. 0. Martin of Waterloo and the
Rev. TI. W. Munnerlyn or Gray Court.
B3esides pier husband and two
brother's, Mr's. WVells leaves thle one
daughter' and fourm sons, F. E. WVells
and 'W. 1E. Wells of Coronaca, J1. C.
WVells of Waterloo and Johnt WV. WVells,
Ja'., of Gray Court. Mrs. WVells, whlo
was ini her '70thr year, had been fr'om
chtildhoodb a consistent member of the
Coronaca, Dlaltist church.
"I advised the 'boys' when they en
listed for the Spanish war to take
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea (temedy with them and
have received many t~hanks for the
advice' given," writes J. HT. Hough
hand, 10ldon, Iowa. "NQ persort wheth
or traveling or at home shog.id 'be
without this great remedy." For sale
by all dealers.
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of teuow septewbe desig-s htlg r.t ierut cr 1ii ly 6t1eF at
UmCLhuO slow 14*nbev d"10%&~a
Laurens, S. C.
. 2A IF I ONLY
$90EIM!Er mIN TH E
QUIT THAT "GET RICK QUICK"
. "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. G. H. ROPER, Cashier
i Big Bargain:
4g5 Acre Farm five miles south of
Laurens known as the Dr. Anderson place,
,with seven tenant houses and one six-room*
~dwelling. 125 acres in bottom land, from
~some of which $50.00 worth ofHayper
acre has been mowed. A fine proposition
~for a stock farm, on the new creamery+
route, which is to be established soon.+
TFOR A SHORT TIME, SEVEN
TOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED ($7,500) *
will buy this farm and oni the easiest terms.4
J. S. Machen, Sec'y.-Treas.