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for Corns, "Gets-It"
Tie. Iir Surprise for Corn ( ners.
It's Sure. Miniple. Safe. Quick.
'Ijisteln to he wee sory of 0(1s
It", the world's greatest cornt r'einedy.
It's a1 shortI story--only i hout two
feet.---lary had a little '(hets-It', and
corns 1tpon her toe: and every tinte
she pitt ott 'ttets-It', the corn was sure
to go." Mary. like tottsands of oth -
Stop Misery nnd Euibarrassn'ent Like
his With simpIe, Easy "0ota-It."
CrS. lseid to be : herone. stffering
nuartyrdom, tusing painful bandages,
irritating salves, sticky tape, too
harnesses, blood-bringing razors and
scissors! She says now there's no
sense iII it. 'se "Gets-It", applied in
2 seconds. lEasy, situple, new way
Just painless cotuition sense! Millions
are doing it. Never fails. You (Iin
wear smaller shoes now. You don't
hav'e to litip arouitl any muore, or
walk on Ilie side of your shoes to try
to get away froin your. corns! Youi
know for sure beflore you use "Gets
It" that the corn) or callus is going
away. For cortIs. calluses. warts antid
"Gets-It" is sold by all druggists.
2.-c a hottle. or sen)t dijretb 1 . aw
rence & Co.. Chicago. Sold in 1,a11
rens anid r'ecol tid titled as I Ie w otld' s
best Corn rettedy by 1 aur tens lIrug Co.
and P'eoples I)rut Store.
"'THE OL.D E.I LE"
EMEDY FOR MEN.
AT YOUR DRUGGIST.
In Woman's Mind
mother revolves in
her mind nll we un
derstand by destiny.
And It is of the utmost
Importance that her
physical comfort be
our ilrst thoight. There
Is a most splendid rem
edy for this purpose,
known as "Mother's
Friend." It Is applied
over the muscles of the
stomach, gently rubbed
In, nnd at once jeinetrates to relieve all
straIn on nerves., .cordt, ligaments and all
parts involved. ,t iake't the muscles so
pliant that theyfexpan! naturally. And at
tie sane tine t'hey are invigorated by the
absenee ef Itarassing pains so apt to distresw
the m1inid. Whatever rill add to the comfort
Anf the expectant inother Is a great and help
fuil intluence since a caln.and peaceful period
must have a wonderftly beneticial Impress I
aipon the coming child. Get a bottle of
"Mother's Friend" of any dniggist and you
will realize why so many women declare It
to be the mnost helpful remedy they know of.
Write today to Braddeld Regulator Co.. 402
Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga., for a splendId
book of great Intcenst ad valuo to every u
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL, APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the sett of the dIsease. Ca
tarrh Is a blood or constItutional disease,
and In order to cur.' 1t you must take In
ternal renmedht's. Ilall's C'atutrrh Cure Is
taken internall iy. atI ncts tdirectly upon
the blood and miucoust surface. I~all's
Catarrhi Cure is not a quack stedtte. It
w~as prescrlibed by one of the best phy
sicIans In this countryv for /y'ears andt Is
a regultar prescritioni. It tst composed of
the best tonies k nown. conh hinetd wti t tie
best blood purliler's. i at ini. d irectly on the
tlon of the' two tngr--dlents Is what pro
duies suchl wondtrfu! I esults in curing
eataurth. S.'nd f.'r t.'stimninalIs. free.
I''. J. C.til-3 'Y & C'tl ' 'Prps.. 'iTled,tt 0.
Solda n br t s it.' t.'' 7..
Take Iltatts i-':ziiuy i'll s for const pation.
Ot the '-'2 rd tday oft Ntot'ttuhar. I91.
a' I1 o'leck .\. ..the Stupervisor's of
ilttur'is and Newb'er'.y ('otties will
4-' 511i al o'01nties ;t I at foti rn t' s east
of the t('neral ;i".-:p bly tovidinig
be' exhiited at ;lhei ,lettingi or at the
'.di.'e.s of' tilt Supe'r'isorl after NOV. l.
Otuiredl tt be't eti I'ute wthinI lti tdays.
tLdl 1 ida.
'HICH ESTER S P!E!!S~
Tin d at.]A Moqfl BiA.'ra.
--..cs. se~c-t erith 111so RIt t' a. VJ
IaruL--rit. Aq! ?c t.Ei4e.TEts.
year'tnltwas3I st. agetAl'syskieislme
LAURIENS DRUG STORE,
Laurens. S. C".
Undertakers and Embalmer,
Call. eawered any hous, day oa' night.
LAUREMR. R. C.
3r. J. I). 11. Watts 'arries .Anny
lartue N binher of Prizes at State
Jtlidging frvonl tho following'- list of
awards. .\r. .1. 1). W. Watts- was about
the whole show when it eanine to the
exlibits of '0 111 and cattle at the
State Pair last week. The clipping.
taken froin The State, follows:
Pollowing are the awards in the
sheep 'and goat depa'tileilt of the
State fair. A. 11. Langley, supel ntend
Vlt. 11. tiarris of Clemson, acted as
judge in the departnent.
liluck. two years old or over: First.
.1. 1). W. Watts, Laurens, $12.
Buck, one to two years old: First
and second, J. 1). W. Watts, Laturens,
$9 and $5.
Pen ewes: First and Second, J. D.
W. Watts, $12 and $7.
IEwe lambs: First and second: .1.
D. W. Watts. $7 and $3.
Iluck. two years old or over: First,
T. M. Darby. Chester, $12.
Pen ewes: First, T. M. Darby,
.we larnbs: Fir-st. T. M. Darby',
Oxforddowns. Shropshilredowins and
1i nmupsh iredowits.
Itluck. two years old or over: Ffirst,
Toii .1. K inard. Ninety Six. $12.
Rluck. ono to two year's old: F irIst,
Tont .1. Kinaird. Ninety Six, $12.
P'en lwes: First. Ton I. inard.
Ninet y Six. I
I"Lant lainhb: First, T. .1. liinard. .,7.
-:\\ a in hs: Firs t a d1141 sec.ontl. T.
J.ilini. Si- and - :1.
Cotii ol4 .
in ,Two yars oil or ovelr: First.
T. .1. Kinard. S12.
ilnck. ont 14 1WO y'a.s ol: Fir'st.
T. .1. Kinard. $4.
P'on vwes: Fir-st and seconid. T...
Kinard. $12 and $7.
Rai 1, lmb1s: First and scond. T.!
.K. Riiiard. $7 and $:$ .
is . .. inar .
iuck, t wo years old or' ovel: First,
it. .\. ,atson. liidge Spings, $12.
iluck. onle to two years old: First.
U. M. Watson. $9.
1'en ewes: First and szecoid: I. M.
Wats-on. $12 and $7.
1ain a lan1 h: anist and second, 1.
.\M. Watson, $7 and $:3.
Ewe Iat1b: First and Second. 11.
Ml. Watson. $7 and $:3.
Ilhck. t wo years (141 or1 over ist
T. J1. Kinard, $12.
I luck. one to two y'ai's old: First.
T. .1. liinard. $12.
1l'en 'w1:'rs . .1. Jlinardl. $12.
. a~n lau :Firs.t and11 sevond.l T...
Nliiar41. $7 and
Ewe 1,1111h: First. T' . .1. iin 1A .
Ilick. t owo yeass old and ovr: Fir-st.
.1. It. Edwards. Darlington. $12: s
oned. . Jo. 1). W. Walls. Laurtns. $7.
Hu1k, onde to tWO yers old: 1irst
and 1). W. Watts. .W and
l'en ewes: First l. seo. Edwards,
$12; seodV . .W atts, n $7.
Ewei kId : F rst andI second, .1. D).
WV. Witts, $7 and14 $3.
. e D kiW. r~..1 Watts,.$9.
10 CENT "CASCARETS"
BEST LAXATIVE FOR
LIVER AND BOWELS
When41 lhl~ins, headchI.l1 4ick. fori sour
stomach('I. hadt brealth. had14 colds.
thta 1 t-cent botx.
your li'r SiItoac an 1h1 owels, and(
youi wi surely feel g''~i ret by m~orinig.
Youi t1u0n and1 womenn \\h 1have1 t head
btiliust~3 n o us01~. pset, l oter td with
a sick. gassy,. di.'ordieed stomiat h,. (or
hav' btakache1 andt feel all w'orn out1
wvit 'ascareits -4 or merely' forcing a
,'as,:sag'way evo'fy few. daysi with saits,
tanrtic il'ls-'or ('astor 4)11?
l'ascar'ets inune1~dately c-I4lese antd
unig''sted and14 fcrinentim ftttd and
fouil ?a5s: take th.'' excess bilt' from
te Li' and1( carry off' lte conasltat
('d wast1e matter' 114 atal p )i1 from the4
Remu~'ilembe. a ('1acret tonight will
lot-cent box from1 your1 dru'llggist1 meanTl
healthy. holtW1 actionl: a clear headi and1
cheer0 fu lness for' month11s. 1)011't for'getI
ihe chli ldren.
Sol hi ear load tof (Cook Storecs and~
H eater's just receiv'.d, comec and see
the bargain we offer in these goods.
any size or kind of stove that you may
need. at ptrices that will save y'ou
S. M. & E. H. Wilkee & Co.
It Hurts Her Feelings.
Fond Parent to Teacher-"Pleage
don't mark Alice's examples wrong
any more. She a so ensnitave"
NARlNIlE NE WS. *
Narnle, Nov. L.-A good many of tihe
Narile people aittended tihe circus at
Iaurens and report a good tIme.
Misses lilanche and Dena Nelson
spent last week in Abbeville as the
guest of their brother, Mr. Cleveland
.IMr. Edd Bramlette is now working
at J. C. Burns & Co., at Laurens.
Mr. Ilorace Nelson from Augusta,
Ga., Is at home for the week-end.
Miss Bessie Owings spent last week
end with friends at Enoree.
Mrs. F. 11. Burton and liss Eva
Bolt are on the sick list this week..
Messrs Burton, Bolt and Bramilett
spent a while Sunday night In the city.
Mrs. Lander Nash Is visiting friends
Mrs. T. A. Willis from Gray Court,
spent Friday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Austin Bramlett.
Messrs E. 1. 'Bolt, T. 11. Burts and
C. Y. Craddock attended the union
meeting at Union church Satruday
The W\-. M. 1'. meets with Highland
llome on third Suturday and Sunday,
everybody is invited to coie.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross 'Powers and
daughter, Mary Catherine, spent Sun
day with Ir. and Mrs. Z. Rt. Trayn
Miss Goldie Nelson, of Fountain Inn.
will enter e1pon1 her dutties as primary
teacher for the Woodrow Wilson
.lr. L. l.. hurns and family spent
Sunday ati'trnoon witll .r. and .\lrs.
lier. 'opeland of Ware Slhoals will
proach at Woodrow Wilson Saturday
i hIt. Nov. ilth.
NIias .lae Lee Israittlet spent Satitr
ulay night and Sunday with Miss Ida
I1111-ns of Iarksdale.
Mr. W. K. lramlette was at home
from L.IUaulrelis for the week-end.
GIRLS! HAVE A MASS
OF BEAUTIFUL HAIR
SOFT, GLOSSY, WAVY
Saie )our hair! Doutde Its beatily in
a (ew momenis-.ry this
If you care for heavy hair, that
glistens witl bwa uty and is radiant
witlt life: has anl incolparable soft
n ess ant1d is lhffy and lustrous. t ry
.Just otte applicntion doub:tles the
beauty of youtr halir. besides it ilime
diately dissolves every particle of tan 11
dul t'ff; you <ann11o( have n1ice. heavy.
healthy h1ai:. if y.ou have dandruff. This
d rttet iv .arr rolbs the hair of its'
h t.r, it' rtlgth and its very life,
andul i: 11 , , rcome. it prodlucett s a fev
i ri: oir an md itching- of the sealp: the
hwair roots falmish. loosel an1 tdie;
th11n the hair falls ouI/ fast.
1I yo rhi hi ha tIegle cted I and
Is thIn. faded. dlry. s aggy or too oily
get a 2.-cent hotlit of Klnowlton's
lanlerine at anly ( '4ig store or toilet
-tuor-ter; apply a I tie as ditected andI
ten imitttes after ou will say this was
.1. best in vei li'nt you ever itnade.
We lcerely believe, regardless of
evet Ythilng else advertised. that if you
se-tl p atnd no miore falling hair-you
mnt.sittuse Kn towlton'~s D~andlerne. If
ventutally--why not now?
C C e CO@* e ee e e og.
TIylersville, Nov. 1 .-MIss Mahel
IBlume at tnded the t enehers tueet ing
inl Clinton Friday and Saturday.
MIisse: (1 race and14 Mat tie IHoho Poole
and brother, t .loshuan atItnded thle
townsh'.ip fair at Cr zoss Anchor Friday.
.\ ir. I ingh Dotnntn of ('lintot, spenlt
Sunday witht his lparentls. Mr. andi
.\liss 1.illih Peterson wvas in L~aurenis
shiopping last Mondtay.
Misses Mary' and Ta'lutla Little who
arme sitdentts at W Ninth rtp (ol loge.
SPenlt it week-tond with t heir parents.
Mr'. antI .\rs. I". W. Little.
Mr'. loydI Clark has gonte to Cl(IIn
0on whore he~ has ar 01eete a ios it Ion
withI .1 aeobis & Co.
Mr I. W.I .D. 1 lyrd at toendedt thle fair at
('ross A\nchlor Friday.
Mr'. Frank Little spent several dlays
in C'olumbuia last welk attending the
.\liss Annio Laurio Wright h-ft Sutn
dIay' to take up herP 11 w tork as teaceor
in theo Dials school.
Niiss (Grace Poole was ht 1Laurtens
We are showtng the best ('hairs and
Rockers to ibe foundl in the st ate for
8. M. & E. H. WVLJ41(hS & CO.
When a 01old hangs 0on as often hap
p us, or when you have hardly gotten
oct r one cold before you contract an
otiher, lookout for yotu are liable to
('ntract some very seriotus disease.
Tn's successlon of colds weakenis the
systcml aind lowers the vItality so that
you are much more liable to contract
chtronic catarrh, mi~eumonia or cona,
sumption. ('ure j'orir cold while you
can. Chamberlal '% Cough Remedy
has a great reput tIon. It is relied
upon by thtousandls of people and nev
er disappoints them. Try it. It only
costs a quarter. Obtainable every
Copyright. 1915. Michaels. Ste
i We ha,
you will fin
the usual $:
out our enti
Just come i
4 Just received a n
FOR THE RELIEF
DR. M. A. SIMMONS
is an old reliable remedy
It is quick-acting and thorough in
driving out bilicus impurities in
the stomaich, liver and bowels.
When thesy stembhasheen cleansed
of this bilious matter; indigestion,
dizziness, baid taste in the mouth
and that drowsy, tired feeling will
quickly disappear, brinlging back
a flue sensation of vim and ex
hilaration of mind and body. It
is one of the most effective system
puriniers on earth. Dr. M. A.
Simmons' Liver .j icine is now
pu ap tin xa hdsme lito
picture of Iir/1. A. Simmons
on the front; it'1 the mark of the
Ask for the Tin Bo~x
Price 25 Cents
C. f. Simmons Medicine Co.
ST, LOUIS, MO.
('. s. Featherstone W. B. Enight
FEATHEltSTONE. & N
-Attorneys( at Lav
Afl Bustn sa Jntrusted to Our Care
Will J1ave Prompt and Careful Atten
O os over Palnsette Bask
(Mdr. Featherstone will spend WedineA
day of each week In Laureaa
n & Co.
'TY broad statement,
very true one--=for in ou
el that $15.00 buys the a
see priced at $18.00. 4
20.00 garment and so or
n and see for y uef
ew shipment of Bon
ninute shapes and c,
The Hooks ot the County Treasurer
will be opened for the collection of
State, County and C'omnmutation Road
Taxes for fiscal year, 1915, at the
Treasurer's ofmie from October 15th
to D)ecemnber 31st, 191l5. After De'cem
her 31st one 1)er cent will be added.
After January 31 st, two per cent will
b~e added, and after February 2Sth.
seven per cent will be added till the
15th day of M\arch, 1916, when the
books will be closed.
All persons owning property in
more t han one0 Townshipl are re(iuest
ed to call for receipts inl each of the
several T1ownshi ps in whiich the pro.
p(erty is located. Thllis is inmportant.
as additional cost and penalty lmay be
All able-bodied male citizens be
tweeni tihe ages of 21 and 60 years of
age are liable to pay a Itol tax of
$1.00 except old soldie rs. who are
exempt at 50 years of age. Commuta
ion Itoad Tax $1.50 in lieu of road
Tfhe Tav Levy is a~s i llows:
For State purposes ...j. . ills
For (Censt itutional Schoi'l Tax /, mnills
Ordinary County Purrt ses~4 mills
For Interest on Railroat I0 ltsl I mill
For Road and Bridge lop ~1s 41 mills
Total ... .. . f .8 mills
Special Schbools--Lamurens Township.
ILurenls No. 11 ...... .....7%' mills
Trinity-Ridge No. . . ... . ..S mills
Aladdenst No. 2 ... .. .....4 mills
Narnie No. 3 .. ...........5 mills
Hailey No. 4 .... .... .. ....4 mills
Mlills No. 5................2mills
O:,k Greo No. 6 ...........2 mills
Ora No. 12 .... ...........1 mills
Special Schools-Youngs Township.
Y'oungs No. 3 .... ... ......4 mills
Youngs No. 2 .... ........4 ills
Youngs No. 4 .... .......7%~ mills
Youngs No. 5 .. .. ...... ..4 mills
Fountain Inn No. 3B .. .. ...11 mills
hanford No. 10 .. .... .. ..6% mills
Ora No. 12 .. .... .........4 mills
Youngs No. 1 ...... .......3 mills
Central No. 6 .... .. .......2 mills
Youngs No. 7 .. .. .........8 mills
Special Schools--D~ials Township.
Green Pond No. 1 .. ......?. mills
Dials N4o. 2.... .. .......8%~ mills
Shiloh No. 38.... .........4 mills
Gray Court-Owings No. ii ..12%4 mills
Barkadale No. 6 . ......... mill
ort of suit
ar Hats in up-to-*
Di)als Church No. 7 .... .....4 .1nil11
lFountain Ian No. 313.. .. ..11 mills
Merna No. S. .. .. .. .. ....2 mills
Dials ri. 4-. .... .......4 taills
Spoeial Schools-8ullivan Township
Mt. lethol No. 2 . ... ... ....3 milla
l'rinceton No. 1. .. .. .. ....8 mills
Pop1lar SprIngs No. 3 .. .....4 mills
llilekory Tla vern No. 17. .. .. .8. mills
ltrewvertoni No. 7 ............... milk
Sullivan T'ownisip R R Hlonds 3 mills
Alernia No. S .. ...........2 mills
Si4-Ial Sebool.--Watrloo Townsfhip
Watrlo No. 14 .... .....4 mills
.\lt. (Gallagher No. 1 .. .. ..... ill
ltethlem No. 2 .. .... .....4 mIlls
l'-:komI No. 3.. ...........* mills1
(ceineroin~it N. 4 .. .......2 ilfla
Oakville~ No. .. .............. mils
.\t. P'leasanit No. 6i.... .....2 mIlls
.\1. Olive No. 7............... milla
Cross 111ll No ......7 mll
('rnois 11111 No.I.......mll
('zo, 111l1 No. 2...... 111
Tross 11111 No.*......2 mll
(Cross 111l1 No. S....... ~lt
(Cross 1i111 No. I......: i~
('tos 1111 o.-3.ro......2 ill
Mountvllc~1N I.. ......mll
Ihioter No 2.......... il
Iltuler N. 3...........7 mills
(1 10031 o. S..........2 mIlls
II ':itei o. ........ . .2 mills
Wa~lwortIi o. 4.........2 mIls
S p('l~j SlIO~*4-.l1(' . .l 3wnil i
Oslls il No. .......... mIlla
-I iunrrle No. 1 S.. .... ...9 mills
Slunte~ ro No. 2......... .. mis
.llnter No. 3.----.......4 mills
.iUnl on No. 5 -- . .. . .. m la
.ute N..--............... ills
\\mngswonrth No. .... .. .. mills
Hunl~itr No. -.. .. .... ... milla
l~orde No. 6( .. .. .... .... milis
rrinn No. 1........... milla
ShadylGove No. 2 .. ......3 milla
.elacks No, 4.. ........ mIlls
S(11a0 whoowish toeuileir Tansi
tanoto thurc mNo. by ...k mon.y oil
tSeur, etc. o . .. . . il
Lanord o. 10nin In list. .. ..6%mel
to hotleton o. are . re..t ..4 msend
theufelytowndo 4g..v. th. To.4hi mol
each ateTeaone wIl ver gbven
dtrone thowonh t pnytheir Txe
each, as Cotnty Treasure er .bs