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EAT WITHOUT FEAR
OF INDIGESTION OR
SOUR, ACID STOMACH
Instant Btelieft. "Pape's D)apeps4Iin"
Ends Your Stomiach Troulte Forever
Wonder what upset your stomach
which portion of the food did the dam
age-do you? Well, don't bother. If
your stomach Is in a revolt; if sour,
gassy and upset, and what you just
ate has fermented into stubborn lumps
head dizzy and aches; belch gases and
acids and oructate undigested food;
- breath foul, tongue coated-just take
a little Pape's Diapepsin and in five
minutes you wonder what 'became of
the indigestion and distress.
Millions of men and' women today
know that it is needless to have a bad
-stomach. A little Diapepsin occasion
ally keeps this delicate organ regulat
ed and they eat their favorite foods
If your stomach doesn't take care of
your liberal limit without rpbellion;
if your food is a damage hAead of a
help, remember the qu1 1st, surest,
most harmless relipf I Pape's DLIa
pepsin which costs Pnlfifty cents for
a large case at dru ores. It's truly
wonderful-it dige food and sets
things straight, so gently and easily
that it is really astonIshliig. Please,
for your sake, don't go on and on with
a weak, disordered stomach; it's so
N. B. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Enterprise Bank BInbldiugst
Laturens, S. C.
PRACTICi] IN ALL, COURTS
Money to Loan1 on Real Esiate-Long
IF $15.00 is the price you
want to pay for a suit or
overcoat, you will find that
here its buying power is
vastly greater than usual.
For at $15.00
MICHAELS - STERN
Suits and Overcoats
that look and wear far bet
ter than the average $20.00
Just come and see.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Peoples Bank Building
Laurenit S. C.
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* JOYES NEWS. *
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-1lones, Nov. S.-Rev. .1. B. Connelly
of Princeton will preaclihere on the
2nd Sunday night.
Mr. Walter Joines and sister, Mrs.
E1"arle If. Caine attended the State Fair.
We recently met Mr. and Mrs. Wit
lianis of 'Ilonea Path; J. F. Medlock, of
Greenwood; N. .13. Dial, Win. Gray and
. Riichey of Laurens; Rev. Henry
Morrison of Darlington and Win. An
derson of Waterloo.
Mr. Wesley Morrison of Anderson
visited his parents, Hon. and "Mrs. J.
F. Morrison last week.
Mrs. G. L. Graham and Mrs. tDr. W.
Townes Jones visited the latter's
brother Mr. Norwood Graham at Stony
Miss Mattison of Belton is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. James Morrison.
Mrs. John Sims of Waterloo, was tile
week-end guest of her daughter, Mrs.
W. T. Jones, Jr.
Mrs. Sill, of Virginia, visited her fa
ther, 1lr. Can Manley last week, and
there was a family reunion at the home
of Mr. Marvin Manley.
We attended the meeting of the
Greenwood Medical society on the 1st
Mlonday. )I. Kinard read a paper on
rheumatisni and there were several
interesting clinical cases reported.
Mr. .John Davis of llrewerton suts
talined a ractitred arm in falling from
a loaded wagon of cotton.
We apieal !o outr friends to send
thir childrten antd hlp us to perpeti
ate a school that has been an inestim' -
ble blessing to this eni ire county for
Ilore than twienty years.
Those w isling to Imrtehase or rent
farms will find it to their interest. to
W'e recntly had thef) pleasure of
meeting our friend, Ir. Donnan, of
Alr. G. 11. 11iey and sons, Walter and
Sam attended the Abbevilie fair.
IIIA SON S'B1.JE("' TO CiOTIP.
"MIy soi l'Idwin I! sutbject to mroup,"
wIrites .\I I-s. 1'. 0. 1 rwit, New Kensing
ton, Pa. "f imt. In many sleepless
hours at night befor(o I learned of
Chtamberlain's (oug/ Remedy. Mloth
ers nleed not foelrlt s disease if they
ki'ep a bottle ofJ94 amberlain's Cough
Remedy in the 'ouse and use it as
directed. It always gave my boy re
lief." Obtainable everywhere.
* COROEPlIE N'i T('.1101 Ill; OlT.
Wasilhigtoi, 1). C., Nov. S.-A sum
mary of preliminary estimates of erop
produiitct ion and prievs for Ilhe State of
South Carolia and for the United
States, compiled by the Bureau of
C rop EI I ait es (an1d t ra nsm it tod
tiroligh the Weather litureati), 1'. S.
Departemnt of Agriucitunre, is as fol
State-Estinale this year, 35,100,000
bushels; final estimate last year, 36,
538,000; price November I to produc
ers, 91 cents per bushel: year ago, 102
United States--Estimate this year,
3,000,000,000 bushels; .final estimate
last year, 2,673,000,000; Nocemiber 1
p~rice, 61.9 cents; year ago, 70.6 cents.
State-Estimate this year, 2,547,000
bushels; finial estImate last year, 920,
000; price November 1 to prtodutcers,
143 cents per bushel; year ago, 140
United States--Estimnate this year',
l,002.000,000 bushels; final estImate
last year', 891,000,000; Nocemb er I price
93.1 cents; year ago, 97.2 cenits.
Stalt--EstIiato this year' 9,712,000
butshels ; final est imate last year. 7,
500O,000O; pricee Nov'emtber' I to prtoduec
er's, 6ll cents jter butshtel; year ago) 68
l'nitedi States- -Est iate thIs year',
1,517,000,000 biishlels ; final estimnate
iast yeart 1,111,000.000; Noveimb er
11rice, 31.9 eents; year' ago, 12.91 cents.
a ppliled to thIte estimate ac rcage, fore
Cast a p rod tcltt of aItprox imate11ly I,
0:32,000t hales t 500l Iounlds gr'oss) , r'om
Partedl with finl tte ensus rePort last
yeCt'r of' I,533.81(1 bales. Prtice Novem
her I to Ilroducers, 11.4 per' 1)ound(;
year' ago, 6.6 cents.
Untited States-The Septtemlber' 25
'ondulItloll, applied10( to tile est imlatedl
aereage, forecast a ltrodutiton of alt
Proximately 10,950,000 hales (500 lbs.
gr'oss), 'ompareul'd ith final eenius r'e
tor't last yearl of 16,135,000 b~ales. Prlice
November 1 to producers, 11.0 cents
per Itound ; year' ago, 6.3 cents.
.A PINE WIIO03MPING 001U0IH
Miothers, Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
is just the renmedy for' yourt chlildlrn'su
cold ailments. 'iThe fact is thiat3 Ine
Is a qicik enemly of coldl condl~ 10ons.
Its qualities loosen the mucous/ n the
throat, soothe the lungs at d enP upi1
the altr Jassages. The com ivation of
honey, soothIng and pleasa with the
loosening pine qutality mak s this an
ideal cough remedy for children. Each
passIng year brings for it, now
frIends. A famIly of growing chil
dren cannot afford to be without it.
25e at botte.
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CRfOSS 11111 NEN.1iS *
Cross 1111, Nov. 8.-The news of the
sudden death of Airs. Thos. F. Jones
which occurred Friday evening at the
home of her sister at Laurens reached
here late Friday night and spread over
town early Saturday morning, carry
Ing sorrow and regret in its pathway.
Mr. and Mirs. Jones had lived here
about a year, during which time they
had endeared themselves to the hearts
of our pcople. A beautiful character,
a useful life has been cut off in the
midst of its usefulness. Oh! that df
vine revelation may open our eyes to
the wisdom of God's providences, and
make us to know that He doeth all
things well. Several of our people at
tended the funeral and burial rites at
Laurens Sunday morning. The sym
pathy of our peope goes out in sincere
sorrow to the bereaved husband and
father. Our hearts weep in unison
with those that mourn.
Dr. and Mrs. Whitten, who moved
from this pace to Oconee county some
time ago, are here for a few days visit
ing friends. Dr. Whitten is also look
lig after sonie business matters.
Mr. William Wharton, who graduated
from the South Carolina University in
-June, has gone to Cherokee county to
engage In teaching.
Rev. .j. Guy Martin began his work
as teacher in the Longview school last
oliday. They have a nice new build
lig there and the work is opening up
ir. Wade Tuirmner's family are having
a siege of grippe. Ile an1d his wife
aid Several chil(ren have been <quite
sick for several days. soie of them se
riously ill. The wor.-st (ases, however,
are now imiprovinug avd it. is hoped they
will all sooni reCover.
Mirs. DIona F-nimith is slending awhiile
In Columbia after attending the State
Quite a iiumber of Cross iHill people
attended the imeeting of Christian Kn
dn1avors at Laurens last week.
SUlFFEltEl FRtOM INI)IGESTION
RHELI E VE).
"Before takiig Chamberlain's Tab
lets ly husband suffered for several
years from indigestion, causing him1 to
have pains in the stomach and dis
Iress after eating. Chaniberlain's
Tablets relieved him of these spells
right away," wriles .lis. Tloimas
Casey, Gene*va, N. Y. Obtainable ev
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* IEDEN NEiWS. *
Eden, Nov. S.-We are having sonie
pretty wealther now. The farimers arl
bumtsy gathering Ili r crops.
P-mveral from here attended the flow
er show at Owings last Friday.
.\ls. Neighbors from Columbia spent
the week-eid wIthI her mother, Mrs. I.
Miss Hessie Turner from Winns
boro, begins her work as primary
teacher tomorrow. She comes highly
recommnIled. We e10lieve that Mias
Aiken and Miss Turner willl make this
a most Prosperous year at Eden.
The old and young people of thuis
communtity enjoyed a H~allowe'en
party at Eden school house, on Hal
lowe'en night. Ref reshnients were
served and quite a necat little sum was
The ladies of the School Improve
ment Association will have a turkey
sullpper in the school auditorium on
Trhanksglving night. The public is
inivitedl to come.
Mrs. Ambrose Hlolder sp~ent a few
dlays in GreenvIlle last week.
Mliss Genie Aiken spont the week
end at FountaIn Tnn.
We ar'e shiowing a beautiful line ot'
Pariiloir Suits ini mahogany. goldlen (oak,
and1( fulmed oak, alli splend idly uiphol
stored andi 1priced very lowv.
S'. M. & J'. H. WILKES & Co.
.. We are vyiling
to stand on the
resu4 of our
tpfj rts to
en you buy
re you get
~TS value every
J. C. Shell & Co.
The. Corner Grers
BIG SUIT VALUES
We are able to offer our patrons better values this year than for several
previous seasons. Our buying organization is able to command the lowest
market prices, yet we never buy in large quantities which involves duplicate
styles frequently not authentic. Our suits are remarkably well chosen for
style, quality, trimming and workmanship, yet because they are bought on a
close margin they are marked at prices often below suits of the cheaper grade.
Beginning at $12.50 and ascending by eacsy stages up to $65, each suit in our
stock is an overflowing value of its kind. Our line of suits at $25 is exceptional.
Special Values this week $29.98 and $20
Our Coats are Wonderful Values.
Coat weather is due almost any day and it it well to be ready for it. Be
ginning at jaunty little Sport Coats at $8.50 we I-ave some very stylish mydels.
In the three-quarter-lengths you willfind poplins, garbardines, zibelines, wool
velours and various pile fabrics suc as S I(Sea Plush. Handsome coats in the
latter fabric may be had as low as 2 . Fur-trimmed plush coats sell at $30 up
to $50. All colors and a variety o styles that will please almost any taste.
New White Hats. Dress Helps. Smart Waists.
We have a good showing of Your new suit Nviii demand 01r OMTRICII l"KA'll I
tle new WillTE ILITS that a pretty We have a WA 1 ( $5 and $6.98 111 ii
are all the rago just now. good l ctco 101 1 alfeta, (1 (l01id o l ll ari
They are lostly sm1aill shapes Crepe de Ciin, Cooret SC ii rapidly. i'ltewc Ilto
an( are triimie( with fitlr, epe, not or lace waist' It
head ornaments andi ( han d- 1 ud $40. All have hptt
som1e buckles. Not high- tiewest. Collar and Cliff (fcts laiite ruffs at as I 4W
priced either. and many Slow vests in (,on- (loves. hosiery, neckm~eat,
h ei gol(i lace hats are very trasting Color. (.I ill all tlie 1leai styles
hiatndsonme as well as black itemembeir, our, line ofr 111 eIa thtol rcs
velvet hatk withl gold lace ' iiIreti s Wel I ille ta oi
crowns. G(ood ilodels ait $5 I (;revii Ic. IresseS, latI. New ,t" il lit Itad
atnd 11). Coaills, vic. at Ilow iiricvs. Imps ' 11"011 Itrites.
habit ~a thre ais no baettrwyafsv
inghthn by to in tokinte
I. Hm Builing.. And voa theas
Books ofIsu bcripto aine noe n
thefift hildriens beris ee mbrstrt
ONE DOrvLLR EACH MONTH,,
WHICHSTRT THE ENDAOF 78
TOA 80aMO$NTand$ET.98YOn $1th
Thogh verGmnodsirs, homie, ewr
Buid ig ad Laness c.in slv ees tyhat
C. .RoeratEnerrie mat beh a nkrie.
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