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"Why Swear, Dear?
It's the New Plan.. Simple. Sure as
Fatt. Applied in a Few Seconds.
"Why, J.ohn, 1 never knew you to
use such language!- I've told you sev
eral tiles its no use to try those
bandages, salves, tapes, plasters, and
"You Wouldn't Loen Your Temper, John
It You Used 'Get-It" for Those Corns't
onltraptions for corns. I ere's some
'Gets-'t,' it's just wonderful how easy,
clear and clean it makes any corn
come right off. Takes but a few sec
onds to apply. It dies at once. Put
your socks on right. over it,-there's
nothing to stick or roll up, foran a bun
die of yoru toe. or press on the corn.
It' painless. simple as rolling off a
log. Now put away those knives, raz
ors and scissors, use 'Gets-It' and
you'll have a sweet er dispositioll and
no more corns and calluses."
"Gets-It" is sold by druggists ev
erywhere. 25c, a bottle, or sent direct
by E. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago, Ill.
Sold in Laurens and reconuended
as the world's beat 1rn recedy by Eu
reka Drug Co.
ef Wonder Interest
The ni-I al of a bhy in the household
completely chanes the entire aspect of
the f(uiie. hut in the
nieanltieac during ti.s
y anxious p -lioil of ex.
p.cl~t.ai v, there is a
' ' c ;ilen lidl remedy knownn
n; ".:ot her's Fi iend'"
thAt dog. Voi.l.rs . It
is f:r external u., re
. licvs the :ain!: of
} itno.:(l'' c~p 115 ~Oll,
adhiIlies ;lnl quiels the
n'rve', extends Its in
f Iilenie to the internal
} Org ins and removes to
a rre-st. extent the ten
dency to worry and ap
prehension. It is a natural treatnient, safa
for the mother, has no drug effect whatso
ever and for this reasinn must exert a most
beneficial infhnenco upon those functions di
rectly connected with motherhood. In a
very Interesting book the subject is freely
discussed and a copy will be mailed free to
nil expectant mothers by Bradlild Regulator
Co., 400 Lamar lkdg., Atlanta, Ga. Get a
bottle of "Mother's Friend" today of any
druggist. Use as directed and you will then
know why mothers for nearly half a century
have used and recommended this splendid ad
to motherhood. Their letters are messages
of cheer. that. breathe comfort in every word.
'or Sprmin,. Laieitness,
Sores, Cuts, Rheumatism
Penctra:es a.ci feals.
Stops Pain At Once
- ?t WrlCMT 40 PGUNJDS; 1 n ritiriC6,
eta hr now e I 00 r o t
onaret TODAY. Aveint~'C wntt
AMERICAN FEATHER & P11-1-OW CoMPANY1
DEli S-3 NAS14VILL.E. TENN.
CHICH ESTER S PNiLS
TL )A.4lEl D A NIh EnAlLI.~~r
I ae in 1t e-d anli .-.dnrni
yearskno 'wnas est. S-dest. Alwayiseliablea
SSOLODBYODRIiSTS (VERY WERE
LAI'RENS D)ItUO STIN)tE,
Latu.rensh, S. t .
" THE OLD RELaA EBLE"
AT YOUR DRUGGIST.
L1AUR~ENS DUIUO STOIlE,
Laureuxs, S. C.
Pliedminont & Northern Raii~way Co.
Arrivals from Departures to
No. T1imec No. TIme
'4 7:5 A M 2 7:00A M
6a 10:00 A Mi 4 8:10 A M
7 11.:1 A1 6 10:20 A M
L' i:55 I M 8 12:10 P M
11 8:.0) I'M 10 1:46 P M
15 5:15 I'M 12 4:15 P) M
17 6:45 P M 141 6:30 P Ml
19 9:I5 P Ml 16 10:50 P Ml
A rriva!s fro D11Ueparturesq to
Gr'onuuouo nd Green.'1011wood and
Andl 'r;(on Anderson
1 %:u.4A M 1 6.0A M
C .0: .0 A M 3 7:55 A Ml
8 12:10 P M 5 10:00 A Ml
id 1:45 P M 7 11:35 A Ml
12 4:10 PM 9 2:00 PM
14 6:30 PM 15 4:20P M
310:50 PM 17 6:50P M
C. S. ALL.EN,
At least half of the new hats which
allure us in the milliner's window are
made of shiny materials. Braids and
ribbons and foliage and flowers have
taken on a burnish of some kind and
everything is varnished and polished
as if to outshine the eyes they beguile.
Upon examination, these hats and
their trimmings prove to be really var
nished. It is an innovation that prom
ises to be more than a fad, for millin
ery flowers and foliage look much less
fragile and promise to resist the
weather far more successfully than in
Three hats for early spring are
shown hero, each of them reflecting
the liking for high luster in surfaces
of straw and trimmings. The small
round hat at the left is a bright-finish
strawbraid With two bands of hbaek
and white striped (moire silk about the
brim and side crown, and the top
crown covered with stripes. It is fin
ished at the side with a coklade of
plaited ribbon in b'lI
At the cet itr a sw)ill 1at with brim
of milant has a crowi of ;atin straw.
There as a 1 'ia arhabout it of sm all
rose leaves nand grogs "o") :itlye roses.
A v'" ry tau IIct t1s l eiin1 by a single
te din;i loop ot \ de ;natin ribbon
ni ire ti lour gainors.
One Thin Fabri
Itmstb agea lesr tozhos
,vhocret beuiflthns ofi
Tmake areat plesurenotse to
woen on loo these faremin coe
crenss is pogydive Thet ae
phowtya gowns Writ fais mlath
that of eautyoteyredo and lieorgtte
mak sile thaondee s that seemo
elong tiot think workada tordt-anh
true teis otayed aboe. aTle amer
shwsrat thicoe ris ofs ay trhck
mt of uembderee and ge"orbeton
crpanparnt al arerbe on whih de
sihof mplete wonerase tht smaeon
elseodidnt thinklay with too. iteacks
gon te itde own thatyshownihtle are
maden frombatny ot rThfree
coor.hean re tl lsren, ofu paty frock,
witeunndmizn, and ay numb1)0 con
othneslsd amla aeenue
rnspresind fortel aew theas(n,
liogte crdeteis buse wtheyace and
ith oet. softit swont hro arm.
At the right a hat having a crown
of sipper straw is otherwise covered
with a band of sequins. It is decor
ated with three fans of malines edged
with fancy braid. They are fastened at
the base with a knot of ribbon, A single
rose with small bud stems and foliage
is posed flat against the brim at the
right side. Even roses like this are
varnished and are quite as beautiful
as before this finishing and preserving
touch stifened their petals and glazed
Satin Tailored Suits.
In the tearooms of the smart hotels
tailored suits of a heavy weight of
satin are frequently seen. The coats
are usually in empire effect, with flar
ing hem and trimmed with fur. The
skirts are generally of moderate width,
never in the ('xaggerated fullness. The
dull, soft tones prevail.
White marquisettes with embroid
ered dots or rings; are thirty-eight
inchoer. (de. These are among the
most popular of the dressy white ma
terials for sheer frocks.
i Over Another
n d. n we
The undeskiti th ow icue
bfodndin white gowk)ns aespecialy
o and flauc ring, wtogandever
wTde unleskir n tebowe n ltrero
ftis made of teoso gebrtoidrede
withotw drowop tnyng.-cvee
Aner nerofdthe (verp sho rtn
fouendaio of thn sanilk) inspaon mad
ofthe fodcraper witeh niadery
gatidthe e.As ovroin olerth
aeffc isimde beo the gdraet rpe
wi tworosdgre oft snoveratd
fastens dow theak front.she ihto
poveit ofd thes crepe ashws yard in.
unc ofashbe panir nstotirstifi
tnsie foledt drpy aeachf se.pItof
naherd and ther wistline ncos te
bck~e and auned upnt the undsir.
trciuels. terni & QGa.
When a Man's ILove--..
He's pretty fussy about his clothes.
Lovers are our best customers.
But---how about you old married men?
Sort of forgotten lately to spruce
up a bit and please the wife---re
mind her of the courting days?
How about you business and professional
Forgetting that looking the part is
half way to living the part.
How about all you fellows who "look the
other way" when you pass a mirror?
Spend a few minutes and a few dol
lars with us and we'll make you glad
to look your wife, your business as
sociates and the mirror in the face!
Laurens, S. C.
(3) That the blood is the carrier of polso s throughout tho body.
have tThat to successfullystroat any disease originating In the blood, we
(5) That 8. 8. 8. Is the mos reliable re edy for removing Impurities / t nc
fro the blood.Pos ,croiorny ALtT'O
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day, but is a successful remedy for the form of blood trouble. S. S. S. ""----- "'
u~ER'.the blood that has been a blessing go directly to the seat of the "."'"
to thousands of sufferers for tho trouble; giving the blood a thor< tIdo,.00ftr~ottle.
. last fifty years. There is nothing ough cleansing, driving out the im.
Samysterious about s. s. s. It is an purities in a natural way, and leav
extract from native herbs, soots ing the blood pure and refreshed,'
andbakeac kow fr ispeu-ready to do its full duty in building ,3h pLF.~JiC01
liar medicinal value. These ingre- th state. Begin tda on a bottl
dients combine and act in a bone- of S. a. a. .and note how soon you
ficial and helpful way with nature- will begin to feel relief. We will '1
case of blood trouble iheone ofthe, cnsultation. If you are in doub
man form fuaRheuatism, or Ca. about the nature ent y ourcse, write
THE SWxIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, GEORGIA.