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5c. the packet or two "Bobs" for a
cent at all the better stands and stores.
HAT'S the idea in
"Bobs," Little One?
Why, just to give you a
chewier chew, a mintier
pepperminte-a bit of class
in your gum. Made heart
shaped, so you'll know
them by sight and nobody
can slip anythig else to
you when yoi say "Bobs."
Everybediy s 'm-"Bobs"
This Coupon is Worth $1.00 on a Pair
of Walter's Glasses, or 50c on a Pair
of Lenses, Mounting or Frames
Scientilically .\lde ( iliae Scielnifically Fill Glasves.
4 ~(;rornid Floor, 1T21-11 .\ain S.
Walter Opli(i C pimy gti(' ny Couthia. S. C.
RlevvivedI fro rnk .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . . . . . . . .
St i Ill in I I y ' 1 h . e I IIt i :ldre .) 1 1 1-S
A d d lre ss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
On1v Il ol '1 :lar in 1 1rt lainen :t for a :ir of\\^:l It e r jig (l ia e 'itIy
Coents inl part flaylimnlt f'or1 a1 pa; .ir fll' e r ni in i
11,01111t Vot N0(1111 0 '111 11 E It 11( glt.ju1 ii d tg tit i ~'je
a OO li '.\t h i l (s TI -:i30i'i.ed
). 1 ,. \V .\bI-T 111It.
\We fit glassv for youi and1( vluarante14 'atisfau-lifon inl .ve.ry" detail.
Yoll are i sr to hl unpre d ith tlll- erfl sciinltifilo xain t
Iionl which d1. r filruines th : 4- I In Ilh of en e that youl 'shouhi~ wear.
Yout ar r to e p1lasd wlg Iith I liallnnr in which you r 'hgasoses
fit wh in comt phled. 'il ll . ho devotes Ils entir tile to
\he prescribing o * a mukes the exaination in a privat exam ti
liation roomi , whichl i.s lhorw u hl( 4tillippred to lr ake itleId lroper ex
\e opera e the flion,\ high a e i oplical parlors inl he.
-s at re ileni :; Ltare grou111dl. 8111 io Iele(se dup 1liva td w o you
wail. If ouit of town-l. 11mil brokeni -!la.Ss s inl.
\v' it. repair and mufneltur .ls ts.
IExam1inlationl Withont ( hargev lit 01b11,1ation1 S1,11n111ar.1-4 I'lees-.
Rest filial ity alui num f 11ilIran : i ith 1- -nses . . .. . .. . . . .. . . .. $2.40
10-year, "obd-filled -spwclmllo frn \\ ith lnes. . $L.40 to $65.0
Torie Lvenses g,'210 Extra.
G"oldI-filledI "Ilold-Fas:t" tir "Shutr-mniountings, witlnses, $L.40
Solid gold "Slmr-on" or ''llob ',l-I lotinit igs, with lenses, $0.00
0. L. Walters Optical Co.
spoecilist.-s inl lm Ila1sss
1221 .Moin Streel. Oppiosiele stillt Oce
Offiee Hours: S .. 31. to 7 1'. 31.: Sniiays Ill to 12:30.
Cures Old Sores, Other Itemotuas Van't Ore. Ihe Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
The worst cases, nomatter ofhowlonstandbr. e f its ltie an1d laxative effect. 1,AXA.
are cured byte., ondtterfu, hol rbte.Il lw: UR OQUINtNItis betterttanordinary
are cured by tile w~tdeufgiR, Ciii ru*noMIn1. Q1ifiggio an1(] (to(leS l tt cauIse tiervotisiiess iinT
Porter's Antiseptic Henlig 0I. 11 relieves ring itt tengi. Renmber tie fotll tuiie and
Pain and Heals at the same thne. 2Sc. SOc,14.00' look for the signatture of Ej. W. GROVEC. 25c.
* LISBON .NEWS.
Lisbon, Oct. 4.-The farmers are go
ing right along getting their cotton out
but the rain camte last wock, and stop
ped all hands. We were nee(ing rain 1
so that -we could comtmnence to sow t
simall gin. Votcl and clover have
been sown butthe ground was so hard,
the preparations were not as they
should have been. The much nee(dedI
rain will filk the land so that we can
sow more oats than ever, and soon C
get ready to get the land In apple Pe
order-that we may sow more wheat,
in fact break. the record in Laurens
I t i
county. We have the right kind of'
soil and can make the wheat if we will I
sow enough of It. No brother farmers,
we saw last January that on account
of the for'eign wars, we would have
to chanige ouir way of farming, so we
(.it our acreage, then we cit our1, fer
tilizer bill and that within Itsself
mheanlt inore food stuiff for mn1111 anil
heast and less cotton and we are go
ing to realize twice as mouch for our
cotton, so yoti see for yourself that
sipply an demlianl0 intiis the1 nmatket
in any commerce, so let us aftend
these meetings and see what we can
learn from each other. aid at the same .
timie organiize, get together and stand 0
togeterlii, m:ke (otton for a' living
price with plenty of hog and hoiny,
.111d then yoll will not have to sell
your i otton u1ntil it gets above tihe cost
of prodlictionl. Let us go into the cat
tie alld hog bisilness.
"ol. N. 11. Iial has offred to get ns
a 111oroighbre lt II, of any brved we
wish, at1d help us that we may hld p
otiselves, so let us get oit of this one
idea of rarming. make erytlihing you
ived oi thev firml, thel make all the
cottonl you enn, byI that youl will al- II
ways get a liviig priee for your (ot
lonl. The 'oittn (il Is going to be
ver( y v short this time. anl if 'ir. Mo'
('ravv will ()hs(-trve tlore 'losely, lie
will ild out that the Inan who picksh
('ot1on ev('ry day. is cot'r'e't when he'
says the cropl inl I'iltrons vounity is go
ing ill be extreinely short this tite.
IHis last report will show it, aill if it
<dovsn't1 wo will Set him up1 to a .i.
.1lhn 11. Slot son ha.0. .\ 1nan1 can't tell
1111 aiut a colton( fiell riding along
11hv road, im1 youl pult an old timei pick
.-in ihe liehld ald see what he has to p
say after Ie goes over t lie i(l.
.\lr. an1l \lrs. laloyl lHallew atil son,
F rank. .\'s. l'earl 1-:h1aniks alI child, rc
ad .I\r. 11. 11. llaie'oek, all of i'nion.
wer-e r-ecent visitor., of .1. T. A. Itallow.L
They cattie in their ear.
.\Mrs. .\largaret ('it wothy of liollea
Patlh is visiting hei calghlter, Mirs. 0.
It. lolities. V
.\liss Saral 1lloltmes spieti last week
with reclati-vs inl (reenlville.
.\r. llenlry .\ilail m a rettirnti from d
l'inv \'iew. N. ('. Ilkisnmerous frienids b
ar 1adrt see him hak lioi to stay.
.\l .. . it. s ullivatn was looikiig af
ltr hi.; biusinless inl this coiniillity last
Iting otne .lihn lt'own's throt Ier'idlay
iht. we'( ireally t hink it' we' h:id tore
niighits in IlaIn-.
.\lastei' ('hartles .\liatn has rturnedi' I'(
smO t her l m' any dtt l's at thle b ishon
hligh s'hool. .\lls." \lbure taught this
s'himl upj to last .ltune and~ she~ wi'll he
ale to take~ up wh'er~me sheo left off, and
we loo0k tforward'( to a pr'ospuerouis
SCho yi((13ea, P.o5 let l'verybodliiy help
mlake (luri school0 secondll to nine.
-~ - t
EAT BIG MEALS! NO
SOUR, ACID STOMACH
INDIGESTION OR GAS
"l'aple's lupepslin" Is Qikt'I ,t, Sitr
est Stomtnehi BelIef hk now ni Try It!
Tittie it! l'all('s I liaimp sill will dI
gest any3thlin you 311 eat amti ov'.er(omfe S
a sotirt, gassy' ort (lt-oft-lrder .1 timach
surely withiin lIve miintes. '
If your tmtealIs dIon't lt (iii omfotably3, a
orl what y'ou eat lies l ik' a Imop ofp
hiearithurnti thast iS a sign olf iniges
(1-t fromi y(o1 " harmat'ist a fifty- e
('e'nt iasie of l' afe's I lpllsinl and1 take
wVill be( no( so;l - risintgs, ito he lchintg or
tindlige'stedl fr/otd milx('d withI a('id, no0
stomiaelh gas or hiear'iurtn, futllne(ss
(It heavy feelinug in the stomachi, niat-e
sea. deb'liltatinig hieadnehes, dizziness I
andil, lwsides, theree will beC no( SOur'
food left. overI ini thle stotinach to p olson
y'our breath Iwith Iiaulisl'llus odors.
Pa'lpe's DIhapelisni Is a certain eutre
forI (lit -of-or'detr stomacil(hs , he1(ause( It
lakes hold of your1 foodl and1( digests it It
.lust Ithe samie ats If your1 stomtach *i
itlief In fiv'e mlittlos fr'em all stom- I
aeh miser'y Is waitIng for' youi at an 1113
Th'lese large fIft y-een t cases 'otalitn
enouIlgh "P ape's 'DI apoIpsin"' toc keepCI
the entire fail y free firomt stoimach 'I
d isordoer's and( ind igest Ion tflt maliny
mnn01 th18 It .hngstr In-vounr home. t
* * * a a *'* -a a a a * * -a * a *
. anners for "Everybody. *
.* * * * a a a a a a * a a.,
New York schools have added a new
tudy to their cirriculum this year,
nd all pupils will be required to study
manners." Not only the act of cour
aous deportnent, but the underlying
rinciples of sincere courtesy will be
At first glance this appears to be
ist another "frill" in the educational
,orld, but considered more carefully,
lc real worth of this training is ap
arent, and it.is probable that to many
upils wvhose homes do not afford such
raining, .it will be' n~ore valuable in
ter' life than music or drawing. In
iet, it will rank right along side of
lie three R's.
The young man or woman who goes
ut into the world dependent Iponi
lir I own exertions for their living
nd advanceieit will fInd that one of
lcir big assets is (lliet, courteous
ianners. Tihe knowledge of the right
liing to do at the right time gives a
oise that creates a favorable imipres
ion and predisposes people gonerally
i t'heir favor.
The home is, of course, the best
lace for instilling this knowledge, but
mutist be reneibered that thousands
f im11 migrants are swarming into this
ountry, and probably will be greatly
iereased. Children of those peasant
ureigners do not liave the advantage
f tile home training of the better
inwricani lioies, and yet they have
le sterling qualities that Imake theni
ood and desrable citizens.
iier(e is 0no better place than the
'1ools iII which to instill American
ustois and good manners into the
lind anid mnake-uip of the child. And
ood manners can characterize the
uiblest (itizen as 'well as the mil
onaire. No teneler sliould b per
lii ted in tile sc'hools whose voice is
ot well miodulated and whose man
ers could not le taken as a 1110ol
y the children wlio spend so great a
art of their t1im1e with her.
(ood iann1ers should not he at class
sset. tit should be a national char
Mlaria or Chills & Fever,
redcription No. 666 is prepared'especially
ir MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.'
ive or six doses will break any case, and
taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
turn. It acts on the liver better than
alomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25e
Ilow Ctrhi otatd
.\lotler are solietills so tioliglt.
iss "Sto nleglect Ilie colds which hIetir
b1ildreni contract. Thle inlammat11,ionl
1, thvIle us mlemlbranev, al first, acuite,
v(enmes iroi4 an( the childi has
bronie 'atarrh. a disease that is sel
0m CiiII and hait may prwove a life's
IIidell. Maly persons wlho have tis
mIlhsome1 disease will romemliber hav
1. h ad friluent. oids0.1 at the tMie it
-as conracted. A-little forethought,
bottle4 of Chlamlberlainl's Coulgh Hteml
(IN .jildiciouisly used, and111 all this trol
L. might hae leei avoided. Obtain
Looking at Home.
Re centily' a tand oi(f sociological ex
l'lorers dis'ove'red an (odd( lit tle (11s
riet t hatI nleehu attenltilon. its iiopu-i
11tion of somet1,10 5t'SoilIs was mnostly
i(r'cign horn. Newly landed immi
ranl ts floated'( ito it and were con-'
idierably 4xlilte'd bly alle(gedi gides
(nd (111 othrlduhins abtils to the Inex
'Crl0enced(. .\!o. t ofi the4 working ini
Iliabiits w('re (mll ~oy('d as piorters,
)1i01hioeen, scrubwomnen, and1( In
ike~' uskilled, I oorly paid( t rades. A
i (4gle' block yieldedll~ ([.50ese of tubler
iiloits in a year. This sociological
ndl is on the ho wer end of Manhattan
[Ilandl, walIled ini hy t he skyscra pers
f the fi inanclial district, from which
lie luouintain heads of muichi organiizedl
hlilont lhoy mllighit have1' tossedi a bis
tit inito it if it had occu rred to them
(4 lookl that1 wa :y. Abiout nine times
iul of t(en p'rop1er (ilij45t s for Clhai itablo
nitervien'ltlon are right aron th1i1111le cor
10' tfrom you11-Wheothier you live on
Ianhaittan41 or ini 10m poria, Kfan.- Sat
('(lay ECeiniig Post.
Whieni Voti Ta'ke ('old.
With thec average main a co1ld is a
I'ri(ous 5 na1(ter and1( shii old not lie trii
edi V1g w ith as some of the mlost dan lger'
uIS diseases start with a (Cillomo coldl.
'ak lC '11haerlain's C'oughi Remedy
nid get rid ofI your( I'old4 as <plic kly as
'hen you use flits remedy~i3, as it hias
(een ini use8 for' mani~y year Is and~ has an
stablish ed repu taltion. It. contin no 15 1
Red Meat and Appendicitis.
M\an Is the only animl~al that has ever
00en kniown to suffer from ap~peni-I
Itis. le is thle onily animal~l who makes
aitIng ai pleasure, who gormandizes
nd overfItlls hIs intestinal tract wIth
ighily iitrogenious, p~roteod food
mea'1ts), 41( and wh oeats muoro than can
o digest ed-the uilgestedl portions
roceedinig to pi0onoius dlecomlposi.
lon. I143d mea'ht ini the intestinal tract
I a poisonl. 'There' is some connection
etweeni glulttoiny and1( appendicitis; but
herel is a Strnger~C1 'oninection be
ween red me(at and( appendilcitia.
wvigorating to the Pale and Sickly
he Ofd Rtandard general strengthening tonic
ROvi'S T ASTIILESS chili TONIC, drives ou
lalarin.enrichies the lood.and builds upthesys.
mm. A true tnd. i'or adutsannd children. San
Por Women Only
Dr. Simmons Squaw Vine Compound' is prepared expressly for the ailments
of women. It contains ingredients which act directly on the delicate female.
constitution, mildly and pleasantly-yet it exercises a most beneficial effect 4
all through the system.
t Squaw/Vine Compound 2
Overcomes weakness. nervousness and irritability. Gives prompt relief from
the depressing bearing-down pains, backaches, nausea and irregularities
which cause so mpch suffering and despondency. It has a most happy effect.
Restores strength. renewdd hope, cheerfulness and the energy and will to per
form the duties of the household which formerly were so trying and distasteful.
+ Sold by buggists pt'tDeale-s. Price $1.00 Per Bottle A
+ C. r. SIMMO~1-I !DICINE CO., ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
Te"Wonder Car" j
Electric Starting and Lighting
The new Maxwell is equipped with the Simms.
Huff Electric Starting and Lighting System.
This system is a single unit type, combining
in one instrument the generator and motor.
It is the simplest, "sure-fire" powei-ful self
starter made and has about one-half the wire
of ordinary starters.
We are waiting to take you for a
test ride in the car that has broken
all low "First-Cost" records, and is
breaking all low "After-Cost" records.
4 IIV~fVVlUIlu/i I lC11tn'C~azTTw I
Demountaile m- EwtuidigAtc
RgnzVision W:ddA'ie/d 2!dspe/o l itn
FOB. D.OETr oT
&eryl wdirr Abxwleljd
LAURENS MOTOR CAR COMPANY
An Old Kentucky Home
Since I Began
I Weigh 120
Pounds for the
First Time in
My Life. My
was 102 lbs. My m
Mother who is
76 Years Old
Had Grown so
Weak She could scarcey walk.
She also took Pcruna and is flesh
ier and looking well,
Tito nhnivo oplendld wroman J.. MrA. fltt i1frnflton. of 018 flloIn Avp., 1,ntnnln, ITKy.
Sho rmoonnends Per in to uil inusm~ ves & 1 ii i Vrin .. of ( 411nitis,
Oto. for a freo copy of the Ils of JI.
NoTICE - cr'eed fr 1 e hundr (ed tliousand
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. d I () on rillion, two hundred
an11d b1l1y ihm ou.:ind dollar s, di vltid in
Notice Ili hereby given that. a mi eet- to tv', i VI s t arul live h undid
Ing or the stockholders of Wattis lills sharIs of the p1a1r va lie iof 0110 hun1.
Is called and will be held at. the of- ded dollai each.
flee of the Coipany near the City of TJhe regular ainal meet ing of the
Iairens, Sotih 'Carolina, on the 2011h stockholdels will be hold at the sa me
day of October, j.),5, at 12 o'clock, time nd place.
noon1, to conisider resolutiitons adopted .1. AI)tKIt SMYTII, .JRl.,
by the Directors at. a meeting hold oil President.
the 20th day of September, .1915, pro- TIlOS. 1. AWYG IRT,
viding that the capital ntock be In- Secretar.v.