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C[AN LIR AND BOW[LS MY WAY
Don't lose a day's work! If Constipated, Sluggish,
Headachy, take a spoonful of "Dodson's Liver Tone."
14sten to ie! Take no iore slik fi tonight. and i it doesn't straighten
ening. salivatitug saloinel when bilious you right up and make you reel te
or constipated. Don't lose a d and vigorous by morning I want you
to go back to the store and1( get your'
work! oiey. iodsot's iver Tone is de
('aloniel is inecury or qtuicksil- si oying tle sale of calotel tecause it
ver which causes necrosis of the Is teal iver medicine tirely vege
bones. ('alotiel, when It comes into table, therefore it can not salivate or
ontact with sour bile crashes into it. ake you sick.
breaking it up. This is when you feel I guaranteed that one spoonful of
that awful nauisea and cramping. If l)odson's iver 'one Will put your
you are sl iggisli and "all knocked sluggish iiver to work and clean your
out,'' if your liver is torpid ani bow- iowels or that sour ile ati constipat
els onstipated or you have headache. ed waste wlic'l Is clogging your sys
dizziness, coated tongue, if breath is ten aid makitg you feel miserable. I
bad or stoniach soutr just take a spiooni- goatee thit a bottle pf I)odsot's
fill of harintless 'Iodsott's laiver 'l'one. Livei Tone will keep %\otli entie fal
Ilt re's iny giaratte'e---;o to anly By feeliig tine for niioiitis. (live it to
drug stori- and get a .O (cnt bottle ofuyou cidren. It is harmless doesn'
Dlsotio'snD o'vr Tone. Take a spoon- grille atd they like Its pleasait taste.
Do so ' ave Ton w il ut y r
slggs live to J: wokadcenyu
edwat wlh selggn yu ss
/"' N ; / .I ) 1". 5 '/ /'. ():E Ily fei ng S ine; for/ mot . Give it to1
Do so's laie I T' n. Take I' \ a spoon-/L l"rip/e .'[ and te ( 1ike n .! its ;le sa t' s.
WE ARE NOW SHO WING
GLAD EASTER JEWELRY
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IIl l 1/.11!3. JLE W' Ei A. S
Water, and how_
to get it!
Have a well made with a
Keystone Steam LDriIler '"
G. C. WATTS
Mountvi le, F. C.
Co~vm6 a yvuCi
NO'I'E o" E LE("'1ON, aeY urH i n
Staite of South Carina~i, ~ Ka eep ou r Job
(4iiint.y of lun-enis. ep ur O ,
W'Iber'as, petit Ions signed by a legal
nurnbi er or the quial itied electors antd Tens of thousands or men are losing
fr'ee-holders r'esidinig in Ituntert schtool thelir hiairI dlally anid are Ignoring the
(trict No. 6, lAur tens county, ~Southl fact. Many a mnan has~ lost his job)
Carolina, asliong for an electIon upon01 because he lost Itis halir'
the quetstion cof voting a .I mIll tax up- D~ust anid dirt mnake dIandruiff' andi
on the property in said school district dandruff liakest heads bald and hald
to be used( for' 5(choo purposes, have heads are' the f1irst to go when bulsi..
ieen filed withi the countliy lboard of neOss is pioor'.
oduentiont, ani elect ion is hterebiy or- Wash you r halir atJ le'ast oncCe a week'l
iered utpon sa id qu iestion said elon wi(th any purie soa i andI every ot he r
to be helcid on thbe '7 th day of Api, n ~ighit. a ppuly Pa ri,-ia i Sage rubbini g it
--16 at G~oldvilIle .whlool ht1, in said thiorouigihly onto0 the stallp.
d istiC Ie, uinder th te management of the P'arisin Sage wIll save yourt halr'
t r iltees of' sai school district. it w-ill remnove every t race' of (land ruff
niily suc tel ctorst at' i return11 real ad [an I si iiItl ad mial yotr
or Pe rsonal p~ropertiy foi ta'xadnbi a nd hea ree Iln
whol exhibit I heur tax ree ipts andI tog- The Cost of a large bo)1ttle is trillintg
1t t in -etitlleals a rt fred'~o In 1.0 the benefits are very great as ev
theo n~a votei is allh allow cr druggist wel kniows. 'lThe l,;nu
to t'ott~. jrens lDrug Co. checerfuly gutaranlte's
hise f'avoringp the itmil tax shall Part islian Sage to y'oui.
vote a htallot contain~ing the wtordl '
V'''wrtiIten ci or prinfed ther eon.* Theii - tes 1) ltl so (leanlitr.
Those againist the 1 mtil tax shall vo0te The 'alin adl sm'ends ('leds by
ni hallot I!ontalining ii'the ord ''NO'' tbruists, over'-exeriton t1nd 5 straIng
shab (qpen at. the hour11 of 6 o'clock ii led away by Sloanl's laliniit enit. No need
the forenlioon and shall rinCt~i open to Siffe' - i oy .llst apply
uinfil the hour of 1 o'clot'k In thle at'- Sloan's finlliment to thce 50o'e spots,
terno 'w hn t'heyI ~ shall bel cosedl, and rub n only a lIttle. In a s1~nl ri lilme the
the ballots coun tted. ailev'syoletorfrtahyan
'yhe trust5 ees shau11l'l retort thle rl'CI t enjy a r'efr'd i step Oti K rte
of thle electiton to thle county auimlItor' fulI ulser wvri tes: "'Slon 's Liimenit is
and1( coun11ty superCI it enden t of (educa- wvor'th its weight iln gold."' lKee p a
tion withIn teni days thereafter'. lottle on handl use it aigainst all sore
JIAMJ* Ii. S'tlaisT~l\N, ness, neuralgia anid lHruises. K illa
38-2t Bly norder of Vunt, la'...ai. 2e a .ot dug..
rSchumann Quintet, a Chautauqua,
Week Attraction, Has Pipe Organ
k ,. a~sa,. sa'ta
I'h''to by Hyd (e I'ark Stito. (Qht'ago.
THE SCHUMANN QUINTET.
31:1' ijill (I Ia' ain11t'r onIuis'e (ht li 111 ililt(linutel lie'ni'sl. posibl (t9
ti lu t all ite a~1ti .i In 'lthe i'i'vsltnr lft'er thei '. "o ulit' vu i' I. hasi1fur.
lirsI tl'illia liit pro hlhe 'lhlhils Il i'srru ititil Isn:r il ' j re al ('lIsil('iI ('Il 5111 30~l~
i 1ti'm t11' il'n l 11)1I ii g 'i i i 't lii 4 - l'liiiit;11 111s''_1':1111M 't of lit (isl ll~ i lt
(;11.- til der \ itltl e il This lttl ll It urilui'i(o3 the xneiutiei' or he Ci iigen tiielt
What are the birds saying
these spring days?
Wh t are
/ COYRGH f-6
and flowers I
What is all nature
And we'll do our humble part in the
matter by telling you, Mr. Man, where
and how to do it.
The "Where" is here.
The "How" is a Michaels-Stern suit,
at $15.00 or more.
The "When"~ is this noon at lunch
time, or this evening on the way
Laurens, S. C.
ties.Earl "ruAj5N rc $1.50 per1OQO
- rite now rohg radeo nt ar e . y evr
you'll neverhkayo y. he .BALLARD.
AiDrop of Printer' Ink Don't FrgtoRew
Makes Thousands Think That Susrito
Soutihern1 Itail1n .\dds .\nother to Its
i.44it i.isl of l4 I i is o the South.
\a4shiigtonl, .\larcI 21. -.\s a Iler
1 etulal memorIaI l to the gre at inte rest
inl Southe 1rn farnlm inganifested by the
late 'reside'n1 t i nley, 'resident lar
rison, of Southern Itailway Company,
has il'arr ge'(d to give $1 , 0.(00 eacl to
the Stalte .\gricultural Colleges in Vir
ginia, North Caro lina, Soluth Carolina,
(;corgia, ilorida, Alabmi tla, .\lississippi,
Kentucky, an d1 Ten nessee, to be desig
nated "Southern Itailway ILan Fund:
William Wilson Finley Founidation."
Loans from the fund In each state are
to be made by the college authorities
to worthy students in such way as the
authorities of each college may determ
ine, subject only to the restriction that
the students receiving the benefits
shall he from counties traversed by
the lines of Southern Hallway Com
pany or its assoclated companies,
This permanent loan fund will take
the place of the four-year Southern
Itallway scitolarships provided by Mr.
Finley which will expire with the
close of the present school year.
Use the "Alaska"' lee Cream Freez
er, there is none better nor more
economical, all sizes in stock.
S. .l. & E. 11. W L1K ES & CO.
* ii \ltNESS TIE IDIIE .\('tES.*
1. Demand of each and every acre
finl the farm that it, do its share. Th is
simply means, where a man has 80
acres of land and has only 10 acres
of it open, that the unused .10 acres
should either he put to work in some
way or else sold and the proceeds used
to improve the remainder of the farm,
Just as the expert dairyman weeds
out and sells off his cows that fail to
eachI ac re WV (wnI he regilredl to render
a :4)udl :(c( tI it of itself.
2. lirain the net spots 1tand fiPI the
1u;Illies. W\ho has not seen in nearly
all parts of the Soth the w\et hollows,
feet deep in the rihest soil on the
farm, producing nothing but a crop of
weeds? Who has not seen the gullies,
dozens and iltndreds of thems, that
cul out' broad fields into patches and
waste oir soil fertility? The pres
en(e of these undrained, non-produe
tice spots and soil-wasting gullies
means that we must learn more about
tile and terraces and how to use them
to make our farms yield us greater
:. Don't t4lerate stumps, trees and
brushes in cultivated fields. We be
lieve in orchards, shade trees and
wood lots, but. they should be in their
proper places, and this means that
they have no business in the culti
vated fields. Their presence, along
with a sprinkling of stumps simply
means that we can never use to ad
vantage the labor saving machinery
that ir absolutely esentlal if we get
maximum ereturns for our labor. We
well know that ridding fields of such
nuisances Is no easy jo), but it Is a
jo) that should be tackled with a de
termination that will never slacken
until it is finished. -The Progressive
(lood For Colds.
Ifoney, Pine-Tar and lycerine are
rebornized cold remedies. In I)r.
Dell's Pine-T'iar loey these are ('0111
bineld with other emigh medicine Ii a
leasant syrup. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar
Iloney (quickly stops your cough,
checks your cold, soothes irritation of
the throat. ExceIllent for young, adult
and aged. Its one of the best cough
syrups made. Formula on every bot
tle. You know Just what you are tak
Ing and your doctor knows its good for
coughs and colds. Insist on Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Iloney. Only 25c at