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GREAT OLD REMEDY
FOR SKIN DISEASES
S. S. S. Drives Poison From the
Got It fixed in your mind that skin
eruptions. Scrofula. ICczema. burning
itching skin, and all skin diseases are
duo entirely to impure blood. If the
trouble was on the outside of the skin,
by simply wash lug and keeping it clean
you could obtain relief-not even oint
ments and salves woul be neces
sary. Agree with us in this be
lief. and voi ann he restored to
health. S. Si. S. is at purely vegetable
tleat neIt tit you ekn secur. from
your own (rilggst--It is it bMoco tunit
that will purify your bloo i and claus,
a decided ihntement of 'our trouble.
and i nally make yot a " ifty ye-a.j
ago 8. S. S. was disic -rel andi g i'. n
to stiffering 1iank c1. 1Iolig this
period it has pr1v ai its reul'ableIIie
(curitive propeiti ns a bhlodl guoi'ie
anld tonic. lins re-lh-vted thoisanels 1.f
cases of lisense- 4nus d by I1ilu'r. h1+.11,
fnd cl hroiicI I il h<-rit. l bioi osi el. ,1 '
ti u ('ln hw re, lie ei . t but voI1 t111u 1 t:, ke
. .S. Thetrefor'e h~' sur's, 1 sn't t a kie
c"hanllets. 111' 11 n- " use. 11 lo on . i S . S.y
fromn votr rf ggist, 1i y ulrs I s a 1 1.
e In! t I ase, w ri i l l or "1* ex e tuit.,l1"ien t 1
vice. to Swil' So- ifle' '.,
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Hastings Catalogue Tells You All
No natter whether you farm or only
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you need H astings 1916 Catalogue.
It is filled (100 pages) frot cover to
cover with useful farm and garden infor
It tells of seeds of kind and qutality that
yotu can't buy from your nerchalnt or
druggist, seeds that cost no Inore b:t
give you real satisfaction and a real gar
It tells how every cuslomjier cnn get h
soluttely free five imkeits of/easily grow n,
yet showy aind benlfutil fi wers.
IIlastings is both the best ad 1:tce't
teed f.rmu in the Southi, the only firm that
you shold buy S1, . A; fromn.
Whlen you lmt 1:;.mn 1 ed yuc".1: vg
meec~t "Gioodl Gar-Irn Ti.a1 r" m11+1:' n
h:: T' ay. 'rile to~lhiy for their big 19N
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Women who stiffer the miser
ies caused by disorders in the
ovarian function, are periodic
ally ailing. They endure pains
which extend their exhausting
influence to every part of the
body, producing melancholy,
nervousness, and weaknesses
which make life one long,
dreary existence. There is
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It is just the thti jg to overcome
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all disappear before the power an d
efficacy of thisi marvelous niedi
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years and makes life worth living.
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Price $1.00 Per Bottle
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SrT. oU is, i SSo uI
Today And A
The flight of timo mankes us thInk of
the futume. 'lho baby of today reflects
what greatness ray ho
acquiiredi w hto n he
growa up,. Anid any
influeneo that brings
reliet to the expectant
rnother is the iilrst anil
grats of obiiigntionx.
Thiq ja a splendi
rc~' known as
"M t~r's Friend" that
has een a safeguard.
.- a helpful daily latlu.
* + enee, to a host of
women. Applied exter.
. naity to the muscles
they become plant,
they stretch without unilue pain, thlere ia an
ableot dit~trees, the nerveu are soothted
by taking away the burden of leaving ali to
just natural cond~tions.
'rhere is in "Miother's Friend" the direct
and immediato hlp that nil expectagnt moth
era require. Used by their own hand. gatidoi
by their own indls, they learn at onace .tp
bilessed reilet from morning riekness result-.
lng from undtue stretching. Thley experienca
daiiy enimn and~ nightly rest. It is i.iileert
"Miother's Friend." (let a hoittle today of
any druggist. Then write lBradiliild temlite
Co., 410 1 amar lhilg., Atlanta, (Ga., for on
of the most entertaining and ynahm~bte litil
books ever prceented. It Ia worthl wr!"
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
L.aurens, South Carolina
Omeie in Peoples Bank Duilding.
"MA ItY PAGE" TO IE
ShIOWN IIltE SOON.
Idle flour Theatre hins Contracted
for Big Essanay Serial. Begins Fri.
The first episode of "The Strange
Case of Mary Page," the series in
which Henry Walthall and Edna Mayo
are to be starred, is to be shown at
the Idle Hour theatre on Friday. The
series consists of fifteen episodes of
two reels each.
The first episode in this tale of love
and mystery is called "The Tragedy"
and in it is portrayed the murder of
Davo Pollock, the crime of which
Mary Page (Edna Mayo) is accused.
lienry Wal thail plays the part of Mary
Page's sweelheart, who is the attor
ney for the defense in her trial.
W\'hen Ile story opens, lary l'age is
apl'aring in the dress rehearsal of a
liroadway prodlretiot. I. is her first.
big part. After the fiial rehearsal Pol
lock, wlho is backliig the production,
forces his way into her dressing room.
l'hilip ian dol (.r. W.a'' l1hall), who
has called to congratulate M.\ary, res
cues her fromt 'ollock ail gives her a
revolver advising her to use it if l'oi
lock again Ilirealcns her.
After the re.., arsal the coimpany
goes to a hotel for a han(iuet. Pollock
lures M.\ary into a private dining room
and again at teipts to force his at ten
I ons upon her. She draws (he revolver,
then loses control of herself, rememt
bering nothing more.
Iangdoi, who has started in search
of Mary, hears the sound of a shot and
breaks into the room. 'T'here lie finds
Mary, unconscious beside Pollock, who
is dead with a bullet in his heart
from the revolver which lies beside
The guests rush in and find I angdon
with the revolver in hiis hand. stooping
over the victim.
The episodes that follow tike u; the
exciting incidents In (le life of Mary
a'(-, who is acensd>(t of the munho-e'.
In the Iirst. epiSilode is potirayI a
play within a play. .\ huge thea-r
ri :i t in a dress rehearsal. interest
ing sidelights of life behind the scenes
are other features. In the dress re
hearsal Miss layo. in doublet. and
hose, has an opportunity to display her
swordsmanship, vanquishing a villain
in the stage drama in which, in the
story, she is starring.
Miss Mayo's gowns are designed by
Lady Duff Gordon (Lulile) and the
one she wears to the banquet is a
beautiful example of the newest spring
style in evening gowns.
ACIDS IN STOMACH
SOUR THE FOOD AND
"'ape''s Dinipepsin" fixes sour, u'assy,
upset stoaiichs I live min niles.
If what you Just ate is souring on
your stomachi or lies like a lumip of
lead, reftuising to digest. or youl belch
gas and eructate sou!', uindigestedi (mol.
or have i feeling of dizziness, heart
burn, frillniess, naus'a , had taist e in
suriely get relIef in live miiiues.
Ask .3u 01'h'larmna('' to showi~ you
(lie fornmula, ilainly prinitd on i thieso
hifty-ceni ('ases of P l'pes Ilia epson,
I Ion you will uindlersndo why dys5
Ce'Il 'ie iroules of' all kinds iiulst go,
anmd whyi3 it relieves ii' Or, ou-ofl-i)rder
siomaiiehs or' indoige.s ion in live ini
tles. "Papiie's I iaj, >sin"' is hiarmiles;
taist es l ike etidy.l3' thloulgh eachi odose
will digest anl I' epare f'or assimiila
I ion iinto (lie li >d all (he food( y'ou
eat; beide1(Os, I iakes y'ou go io (lie
(able ith~l a ealthy3 alipetile; but
w hat will pleas 3'l yulmost is tha oul'it
ill feel t ha t y'our stotinach an iinteiiCs
tiInes are cleani and freshi, anid you1 will
not nieed to r'esor't to Ia xatI(ies or' Iie
11il15 for' bill ouisneoss or' C'ostliationi.
Thlis city~ willl hiave mianiy ''Palo's
liaiepsln" ('ranks as somei, peolfe wIll
call them.ot buil you will be enthuisiast ic
abiout ilhis siulenidi stomia'h I'repiarai
tion, too, If you1 ever' lake it fo" idi
gist ion, gaiscs, heiburnilii , sourness'5,
~'urseilf f isitomach(1 miisery3 anid indli
jesi on ini Iive minutes.
.\ iFnshionu Shiow~ ini the( Films.
Women patr'onis of the Idle hliur
Theliatr'e ar'e anxiously awaitIng the
comiing of "The Stranige Case of Mary
Page," the 'Essa nay ser'ies, stairring
Ilenry Walthall and~ Edna Mayo, which
is to aippear' at that theater on Fidays,
beginninig March 3.
At; "Mar'y Page" the actr'ess accused
of nmurdter, Miss Mayo wears $10,000
worth of gowns designed by Lady Duff
Gordon (lucile), the famous mlodiste.
They're all new spring and summer
styles and Compirise a complete outfit
of gowns, from boudoir to bali room.
For Chfilldren's (Cough.
You cannot use anything befter for
your child's cough and cold that Dr.
King's New Ilscovery. It Is l~'prere
from Pine Tar mixedl with healing andl
soothing balsams. It does not con
tain anything harmful and is slIghtly
laxative, just enough to expel the lis
ons from the system. Dr. King's Newv
Discovery is antiiseptie--kills the cold
germs-raises the phlegm-loosens the
cough andi soothes the irritation. Don't
put off treatment. Coughs and Golds
often lead to serious lung troubles. It
is also gobd for adults and the aged.
Got a botlo today. All druggists.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
To Oppose Swenringen.
lion. R. B. Hicks, who represents
Spartanburg county in the legislature,
has announced that he will make the
race for State Superintendent of Ed
ucation this summer. Mr. Hicks was
sulporintendent of the Honea Path
graded schools in 1913-14 and his work
here was highly satisfactory to the
trustees and patrons. lie has many
friends in this section who will be
glad to support him-I onea Path
The defeat. of Col. W. W. ILewis or
York, for re-election as a member of
the board of trustees of the Citadel
will lie a distinct loss to that insti
tution. ('ol. Lewis, an honor graduate
of the ('itadel. had served as clairimn
of its board of tIru'istees. 'i'le state (an
ill afford to lose the services of a man
of the type of Col. Lewis, and it is
part icularly regretable thai measly
polities brouight about his defeat. lie
did not seek the ollice, but he hai fill
eds it so acceptably that his reelection
should have been tunanimiouis - Lancas
ar. ('ooper's Plains.
Ti'ere is no dol lit in the world that
considerable pressure is being brought
to hear on lIon. It. A. Cooper to have
himt enter the race for governor this
summ1 ner, bult we believe .\lr. Cooper
will not be mlisled, as while part of
this pressure emanates from earnest
and sincere friends, others who are
clamoring for Mr. Cooper to enter the
race have more sinister motives ani
while they wotld probably prefer the
Irattrons mlant as governor to the Inl
eumbI ent hope, of course, that the en
tran e of Mr. Cooper woul 'plit the
.\lainnil vote tndi altlowx Iheir oWIi
c"andlidlate to winl. .\r. ('o);p at thi::
111m is lie lonical candidate for I91,
aid it' lie <mly p~o3sses i : " :)u1 ill
pation 1e will win easily I .wo year:
tfr o li u now. ('hestehl its-port' r.
SI":.A1T(11: T1L1,31.1\N l-SllN:
ARMaOlR PLA.TE I \(TOltY
Beliese that 'i'hreat. of .trmior 'ilte
3Manufacturers niiii (:ile impetus to
W\'ashington, Feb, 9.---Senator Till
man intends to urge the passage at
the earliest opportunity of the hills or
dered favorably reported from the
senate naval committee yesterday.
'These are the hills for an armor plate
factory, for increasing the nilber
of eadets at. Annapolis, and for adding
to the facilities of the Mare Island
andi New York navy yards.
Sena tot' I a l'ollette yesterday block
ed an effort to put thirough t le Inca
suire relating to Mare island and New
Th fie nds of a gov'enIlllenIt armor
plate factory or factories are more
than ive' onftielnt tle bi l dealing
withI tis subjeet will pass. Tihe'y
52ay thle thrieat if ithe armor' plate 44on
r'esenitmlient as iio inisiure jissage oh
the bitll. Niot oly ithat buti they he
lieve it w'ill give imlel ts to thie whlole
tI Ire of war' mlaterial.
"'I am1 absoluttely' certaini the bill will
pass' that is liy anlswer' to Ithe st eel
todlay. "Th'iere arle elnugh liupubhI~lias
who hav'e liromliised to su pphort it withi
t he D emiocr'at s to 11n3ore' its piassage."
Senlator TIiillmanl also declared he
was eon siderinhg whethlerI act ion shiouldi
lie ta kn r'llegarin lg the i ce i ncr'eaise
Ilireat. of thle mlanufnt'eturers.
"'I am1 stiu the threat was made
In all ieriiuisness,"' said Senatol Tlill
man11. ''Senator' l4'nr'ose is a1 lays fair
aind eanldid and flailk. Ilie dloi'rn't
bluff'i. lie said lie was authoraized'' to
miakie tile statemlenti for the manulifai'
ii urers'. I amii no) i'er'ta iln wht, if ally,
act ion ('an lbe taken hy the' setnate re'
garid ing thle mlanuhfac'turer'Is' thri'iatIs,
bill will go thrlough.'"
AiDS W1EAiH KIDNEY'N
The 53ymttomls of kidney and blad
der trotlies are often ver'y distressing
anid leave the system in a run-down
condition. The kldneys 5401m tob iluiffr
most, as almost evei'y victim complains
of lame back and urinary troubles
which should net be neglected, as
thlese dlanger stignals often lead to dan
gerous kidnley tr'oubles.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root which
soon heals andl str'engthensI the kid
neys is a slenddlll kidney, liver' and
bladder' r'emedy3, andI, being, an her'ba:
c01omond, hlas a gentlIe healing effeci
on the kidnleys, which is almost immule
diately noticed in miost cases by thiose
who use it.
A trial wilt e~i inee anyone who
may be in need of Better get a hIot
tie fromn your neai1at dirug store, and
start treatment at once.
However, if you wish first to test this
great preparation send ten cents to
Dr. Kilmor & Co., Dinghamton, N. Y.,
for a sample bottle. WThen writing be
sure and mention the Laurens Adver
ITHE Shoe models we offer our
Women Patrons are not "Just
Shoes" or even "just this season's
styles"---they're more! They are
Shoes of particular merit---Shoes
\ of distinction---Shoes that tower
way above the level of mediocrity.
Some Women have learned
the excellence and superiority of
our Shoes by testing them. Others
are learning by heresay.
There's No Store like this
For Women's Shoes!
Remember that it's Quality
that counts and that all shoe prices
We have a size and width to
fit you and expert fitting service.
May we show you some bet=
CLARDY & WILSON
Home of Better Shoes
WE WELCOME SMALL ADVERTISERS Not How Cheap, but How Good-1 WE PRINT EVERYTHING
BECAUSE THEY SOON GROW I OUR JOB PRINTING. FROM A CALLING CARD
INTO BIG ONES. And at That It's choap. I TO A BOOK. TRY US
Hurrah! They're Here!
The New Post Toasties-a delicious sweetmeat with all of the true corn flavour!
A flake that won't mush down when cream is added-a flake that stays fresh
are made of selected white corn by a new process that brings the fragrance of the
sunny corn fields to your table.
To a eNotice the little puffs on every flake, put there by the unique
- methods of cooking and toasting. It's the only method that
gives you the full, rich corn flavour.
To test the taste, try a handful of Toasties
h.. ?direct from the package, without cream or
milk. Here are flakes that don't depend upon
cream and sugar for flavour.
They're Mighty Good!