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S. S. S. Greatest Blood Remedy
Gives Results When Others Fail
Nature's Remedy For Blood Troubles. ture Intends shall be thrown off, Is
The purifying and curative proper- l I the lyoii, i ls ren
ties of Nature's great retuedy livC oteiies and oher eruptions of the
made 'S. S. S. for the Blood" aski appear.
household saying. Tho~suandsl to- S. S. S. goes Ito the circulation
day enjoying lperfeet liealth owe ,I(1 rL'toves every particle of bl1od
their recovery from blood or slin dis- it or 1)0501 or every cllrattr.
eases to thi illlversl I ly used blood All skill diseases mid erupt loni
purifier. S. S. S. is uti t l1(k' jWSS awly, aid (lie enltooir clely
from roots. le rbs oand l ar!s, Whleh glowing with Iltl, shows
Possess c nhat the body Is being noed by
dients. You cannot b ' wAll wheN . I Woo'iI , yourofulu, Co iii a 'o J
blood is lnpuro; you hw!: ';l eietIh Polon, all are (lep-seatvd blood lis
and energy iuI nral wit h hlc! L 1: your l(.1, -I for their trvatniont itl
CoIlplexion beones pale 11 salnlow; Il S. S. S. Cot S. S. S. at 11113'
your vilin!ily I; ivo k a Ii. Wheni dr1g sioro. If yoirs i% a pctiliat
Wilste or rofusen nIllat r l whih N a - cSef write S. S. S. Co., Mtlana, a.
You Need a Tonic
here are tim; ill ev hey wodan's life phmle s, She
needs a tonic tu !161p heb over the hard places.
When that timle coics to ott, k. n.oes wht tolic
to take-Cardlil, tile \\1ndnls t moic. Cardyd is o ib
posedl of purely vetaint r oedi nots, which act
genitly , yet USin-y IN 1 til te w~c'ikeied wVomlanly organs,
nd helps bil d theni bacAk to siength ased n health.
It ihas beleflited tiiss a wd thousands of weak,
iiing -'r (111 _n in 1 ts~ past hialf cntulry of wonderful
Succkss, ando it wing tae Swo for you.
You cth't biodi a bitakn iur taking
Til Woall's Tonic
s Amelia WVirsoh,, Rr F. D. No. 4,Ahua, Ark.,
says: " 1f 11111(ardtlu is flik greathst medicine on earth,
for w 01icii. Befoic I began to take Caiduil, I was
so wve k 'd 1101'nonls, and had Such awful blozy
Spells andL a 1poo.* wpetite. Now I feel as well and
as str10" as 1 e- etr did, anfh can oat most anetming."
13egin tI in Ceu1a11 Sy. .od by all d.alers.
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You Need a Tonic,
GOV. MANNING ADVISES FARMER
NOT TO FORSAKE THE SOIL
Select a Plot of Land near a Good School Houpe and
Buy It on Long Terms, le Advises, and Builid Up
the Soil. Grow Products for Home Use and Make
Cotton the "Velvet" Crop.
The Advertiser has received the methods of farming. It has been my
following correspondence from, the of- hope and my ambition to see the day
flive of Governor Manning which it when as good edlucational advantages
deems of sutch Importance as to justi- are offered to the child of the rural
. and niIll communities as are given
fy its pubiication in fuill: to the children of our cities. By this
-From the Governor's Secretary. I nicfaln "ood, soilld, practical horse
D~ear- Sir-: Senlse educntion without any frills. in
I I~ld'yol ileclilosd opyWRI vollr owit county educational progress
I ad you t enlosed copy withrearkable. If you are not
tle reqtuiest. Ihat, if you agree with no%%' living near a good country
1ie that sail will 1)rtove or ititerest school. I would ad ise you to cast
to your readers, you r un samlle in your ti fal and find a picO of
11111( Wi oll ~iwill be able1 to culti
nextiVle Sieesfully, that Is located with
i i. he I poliy of Ilis office to keep ill a coiiveletxt (listatte of one of
in loie it ih witi tile people onl t11 i se 11001X. When ,ou have found
l Ir, and we know ofor lnd my avice u
clii it l~a i i''sa~tl W. 1110 01 lt4e -Sante if Po0Sible, Oil eas'y terms11,
Ititer p Ilan iha 11hat of keepitig th u ing a little each year. Then ap
()falc fiei of he doins of the Yt plas to farm oil a business
thenr' otlice hrough i I dot Work your farm Ini a hap
ii 15 of' Illi! 81 a (e i / itd, ha p layV-go-I ucky way. I wvould
Reslivel filly t' ie youtt 1(11811s1, Clemson College
pferleonst ators an ask their adl
0. fl. I alt filte il fa rttiiig Methods, especially
Secr ry Ihlie (o Me Gov Irn I'()I'. C(WeC' C' s as to have ex
Septi he r 17, 191..'l1! l e llie . .1
'rtil a rtrIk liae CIen (n n.rities
Ito~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~NV 1.10t1 401( ( ie telatte o(o1111h let edyou all of their
eritor 31in1111g. otilis. Sgtdy , hose bgiIhtins
Int, . 1 . U: tt. IP Soil and try to pant and
Itott. o. I. .\l tii , th o s that ar best suit
od to tine ioinylitoous. One of the main
I La' ~:ia: I olI.'s withl (llt people is that they
S . bil l r l( Slaes to hat I popularly
(I*V 't, 41: .II lwit l iS tas I'(1 hiit liet (It ;lilc' I lie ''otte ca'ott idea. We all
it vOtil bw advisale for a titan k , .11 that i t (I it1 (ily cottoti
' in t fatily. cotnsistitig (t titlist tie otti Itiajot' crop; hut Our Lol
nitdi (lin' -irl..I.my i wife ltit( . aiale of liodtcig the vetry best
il. t i tiec loation. oi tetit- evety ti1d ofood ('ot. You should
h 'i 1t 4 r; .in poIition oft farinitig t,() forsake (1t1011, but yo0 110ho (1
I b eo t WI t. s it nS Yir avlvet tol-yot extra
It a: lwlcsmattl 'ietil of iioitev (T.op. RaIise fitrst your ho011e
of c liihal- -n rangeIt from 111
(il hi hittd (otsit wih thie County
to) ,4(.Vcjj. I11Y Ilmillt to) th lie 1- Iitt leitlotist titott ando titd out Just
I, I \%omiluihd h11 I, lat'( ('a1li'ital alial food (tt'ol gro(w best oil your
n s ndi i-.mY whlet desire M11
1! -,k mv chi1ldrenl a fair edlevalionl.
Iti ll t l 'it l ~aa eNevitit. t'Ai'y 3(111. fit 'Sithl Carolitna, mul
tlu N minales (I iv "Mils of -on tll s Ire Stit. out (f Our
-4 it u' a to what islt' estale ill emelaige for little cans and
u ttily tli ttysief. tiveas' aekages frotn otliet stttes. These
)(.Inlaly re ly onl 11his iin-f))l r c-e ly a l o
.ie l. al I will probitlably . i e raised at, 1tott1C. I
- abb al p <i her by viig you : :o-till Stig est tha. each yea yOt lit
pllbl,.ho d in or iocal enity 1(j) W, tittilt (aimed vegeallls, ntled
Ia' ijl' I itils aitld ol Item. foods Iit ('ntis, its 1105
ii 'iti1111101i tit )i f this I.t-; ~ I i a tilt ii'1e. Takhe, for illst tltle, if
:tit shtoiula move to1 town; wheenever
hlli n g ynti will give this tel' tti vout wife wanted a cal (If tolta
yw::r tiumeiat ie contsideration, I I-i t s woulhve to be (10
tl1ain). as everi, it lie vot'iet' gloey stote.
Your. friaend, You silil grow sweet potatoes, Irish
A : _Ite I' A. Tunier lillips. i j' ttt s attu all kinds of Vegetables;
Uot m'ttt' Millats Hll.%. I ateshouild ho .1 small canl Iateli to
('intihi S. ('., S il. 15. 1'.-,. :tll y h molasses; you iliotld
Alt. M1. Turner. l'hulipscovraid co pa ; o
'. V. I;.?, (t'liiev, S. C. 'Imtld 1l.nt. siltit e tch With your
Ilear .\IA . l'hillips: (tfll, ai1( ll this taiet you would
I rtcivel yoti letter 101e(.1 i veral d layV s lp to feed both yont family and
1!:, ! d ilhav givnt tIte <iestion ' live stock mid at tte sae tit
Which .aimv propose carefulland
I t lfitl (I-Io: 'id lat ion. I i i'pre- 'im faltIn offers greater opportunity
einte yii dlesir tot the dUeItiona-l 1() 1 tiili1 it mytprofession or trade
it.I . II '-: l"I W Y U" (11id"01. li. liit I kttow of It) the state, and~ I
Il. n n. f yourn 11 h1iv. \lren utV' wA d 1ge y l M .P iip ,t r -
th re .:... colattirs hi h weti- hil (m tltt farm wliom you all 1e
I tc loll *ii v l 'aji~' [t tiIlie mtiti I e ctoI (tt l( a tid haptaly. Iiil that cottil
hI : i :11 ta. t tifre tilntl ott . i , v ;Iool .1tid keep your Children
arima i lible.iti just as lotig as possible. It Is
it' (i! t , hltbg 11tlemi to of our state i tict tli-il oti im-al districts duting
t t(e iruitt tiltie is lto 1i1.k Ida Ili t pisl tell years have bien dnleted
li$- :o arolatalaie .liI "o IIi tttr -livie 1)" 1 large iajoty (at sturdy people
th: ii vill iild the leople intt i %%nab jilts caused a setihet setback' to
tailni fy *wIld tit itt ~ i ~ t' lioIlel i t tl ils o eto lan ta h
S ll 1: I r ittid iti s iih veoitua aty y 11 ; ir ss it il ett~y ft l h
at sia.1 la i tt a lIt have ntoltitt t-lun-- s a :1eat mtk t~Oco ~~thl
uiitilI'' l b h f thlt .isyorb l t' . t altt fa ot w ve utlds.utts
i ii ir~t ia l ' t tat. proe e hat t' 'iIttn tlo I)lae te bte
tylt it:'i lm lj'in tay. .\ily ' ttho ii a t i '; tf l ; lfe tid o kel 01'
titi i i tia ' a : t ie a tit ei it I be 1 ; ttd gil tttg!fttt
witht ti't'pope Ciati t ltttorte uotnIey.t'ie'~ i 1 slto fth lts
liai.. h it ('1itit:: liti a e eile tisi. t 1 i, ta e "il Ie al o n t
o ilt- biluL, tamoilth lun tit luu wtcitedstd eul a t c
t'iaroliin ti ttt il, mthe solil.eiio i ie 'tltllel
it'~ te xinti itiopi if expenst e; in tesyu reta~ug itt ietlo
.'our, 30r11 havne y'out1 have no'l 5 electrittie Ieiey itIetstd itIhs ts
liii:a, hlii li noti coat bttil;l ti, n iaehi tm it tm mt i i ty s sa
h ltun: andja 'niny' ofi itheti olii- ttr'aa o ta a hl o
ittavaanes tt Igo to analtoet uphes
th liae f t'trlttot le in t hett itiai-es; tis Sots
itt n ti int lahe city.i tti'~t(ta'ts it lo oto'
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 New
A ChIC Fall Costume est Advance Autumn Th Newest Style
Mecall ratterns 705.685. Two
Th i Newest n Sty e
oi haGsle w Heptember desIpsa. Styles. it 1 ther at.
tacb t ie k ten r designs.
Laurens, S. C.
:-: AMONG THE :
SW -hite Goods
We are showing a variety of fine
sheer weaves, just the fabrics to make
comfortable 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 ligh: weight in a variety of
colors in pure sil. and silk lisle at popular
Ladies fine ribbed undervests in regu
lar and out sizes with can't slip straps.
L n uiN 0 1I-TI 1 !;11s fr 0 1 I ( erI bdy1 Offes-ed by I I
SEABO0ARD} AIR LINE
*The ProHess a i A 1 7 of tle Ioutith"
To SAIN FR.\NC( t .a;> A. DISCO,0 CA.\- -Pananla-lle1C
For s ptecilic iat .. hi ules or )I ho ir l'info 'Iation. cal on
BOARJ) Agenit (,r witi,
C. S. COMITON, /'i'Gi) isN
T. P. A., A. L..11y., .\t1. (en'l. l'nassen er Ayln,
Atlanta, (1a. Af41nta, Gat.
Thlz Is an a lment that nfccis women to a large extent, and is
a particulirly promitn nt -yniptom where there are Irregularities
and other disorders froin which women only suffer.
Squaw Vine Compound
Is a Medicine fbr Women
It acts on the nerves, quieta Irritation, strengt jens weakened parts. and restores
the strength and energy of healh. Nervous women who are run down. weak
and discouraged from constant sufferii.g revivpa onice under its powerful restor
ativa Influence. It promotes good aptitojand digestion, sound i n
sleep, steady nerves, the, enjoyment of 1 *althy body and cheerful spirits.
It Is pleasanit to take and rnece;ptabic to 1ic most delicate stomach.
Sold b Druggists and Dealers. Price $1.00 Per Bottl
0A0 c. r. SIMMONS MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
('ON ("E T N I NG "1)AM..44 AE C) GOODS" strevtg oiside the theatre resumed
-- s mnol'Iiiai ap~pearance. One of tile
I00char1d 1llenet1's ('o-Workers I n 1* lCvlid newspapers estimated that
gelne Brieux's Wonderfully interest. Il fv fliotisand people had been
Ingi atractd to the theatre by the scne.
I i g I i a 111 1 " ~ a n n g e G o d ~I ) A n d1( y e t , t hl e s o . h u i n d r e d s w e r e r i o t
Ie the At riacto ut It, the Opera coin poseI o (* riosity seekers, but of
IIllise Wdllesday, Sept. 22nd4. women who were earlest. nd sincere,
One of, the l ost striking features many of them social workers and
abhoui t. Itileux's "l)allaged Goods" I eaers w h )(flow tile natur' of the
which Richard i len net's co-%v en- worikers lesson wic l it(l play drives howokr
preseini helre is the r(miaka hble appeal and who wa ited to heqip with
v h ih tIe play has for Ihe tinie t knowledge which the rama sets
audienes.-. Inl every vity the diania 11t0tl111 111 (l3'Jlastic form.
has been' given invariably to eapacilty
aullences inl the afternooni. This act.
1a1me nar having i sei'olus aspect inl Munchausc Tals.
Cleveland recently. Tile w1o)mni flock- "The 'rnvols of Haron Amtmnelaus
(d to tle Siclide Avernie Opera llouse (n, ' N"e have them, aro a rom
in huni md reds and by one o'clock, there i i eo
was h at jam of h y Il front first inst mi, w i pross
of e atre Ia i t aitle was blocked to e bi ed o n tle real baron'9 own
ci't le het i tat.tiali ~~s ll~~l~~I tales, Is Incakreely a quarter of the
a illhe oulited pollee had to he
ealled oult. to di veir enuriouis specttial's in great part 4o varnom; Gorman, tal
to other stieets, for tle ciowdl of Jan and Poitiluese orgin. After'ard
Ileatlegoers was being auigiented at the author cr1 ' A avowedly froir lu.
anbati ajd added a seconb o volum In
ly kild t C.ve he uals~eof he x-t'ended as a iatiro oil hruco's 1'T;',.v.
l wIshed to see the case of the x-e early editions WAre
(itelmient ." It Was filly thirty mlii- entitled -.hillver Revived; or, ';be
uies after tile curtain rose that t e Vicet of 1un Properly Exposed."
425 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 of Hay per +
acre has been mowed. A fine proposition
I for a stock farm, on the new creamery
A route, which is to be established soon.
FOR A SHORT TIME, SEVEN
THOUSAND FIVF, HUNDRED ($7,500) :
will buy this farm aid on the easiest terms.
Laurens Trust Company
J. S. Machen, Sec'y.-Treas.
IF I ONLY
QUIT THAT "GET RICH QUIC"
-SPE CULATION .l---e
"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
voeted and LOST my money.
Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank.
N.Enterprise National Bank of Laurens'
. .B. DIAL, Pres. C. H. ROPER, Cashtar