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Without an Heir!
This is a subject that has a place in all
minds in all times. And it naturally di.
rects thought as to the
. comfort of the nother
during that Wonderful
period of expectancy.
-- others who know rec
ornmehrt "Moth o r' s
Friend." It is an ex
ternal remedy for the
otretching muscles, en.
nhkes them to expand
without unduo strin,
assists the organs to
crowd nognlst nervceq,
to 1'111 ot 1limimen
toy ahre avo! nr pan.
'Thus restful das r utahne
nights aro cxler'eciced, ine- r /i cid-i 'ki
hteatincee 003rd-":'w >n sns c a ir ris
tresses tare nn: "in the; 'ai oua 1 nes -hich
we\:nict, cvcryw.here rel.'h, tii .la y os.
enped by ti:ng 'Mother's t ii n. iii by
Its citet upon tle nt cle.ti, the t Is re.
tainel ani they rton toi :' At:rai
r::c th contouir after batby Is I t'
Get a bottle of bis invu~lt i d i t:
tInt ntht ers. Any drutgsi;t . - t
It is har::les. butt wonderful c. Ii e
Write to Drndel d ltcpt;aat' r ., 1:
nar fl in ., Atilnta1, Ga., for a s..
ten y'leth book *for wenilenw iite . ?. 1
sublect of anternity. It WIN proe I. i i
ration. It coutahll t I ifor'ut i i itll e y:/
votian shouhl Know/ a iinbout. Wr
Your Money Back
If Not Benefited
For Sick Women
If you are suffering from wo
men's peculiar ills, we know this
medicine will bring YOU relief
because it has helped thousands
of other women for more than 30
years. Its value has been proven,
and that is why the deler, back
ed by our own guarantee, will
positively refund your money if
you are not benefited by the very
TRY IT! THAT IS ALL WE ASK.
$1 at your Dealers'. See them today.
TIIACHER MEDICINE Co.,
M0 NUMEN T S
TMBST0 NE S
We handle tles Il;t 11pa.
': Isinis on the imarket n 1arc
'P.' Shl to tmaketinott.
. t.':f on anythin"_ I1 w; mnar
ht.m and gaie1s
I';Ilinet. of undlertking
Ctt l'iiners: on short notlee.
D. E. TRIBBLE
Clinton, S. C.
N. (I. DIAL A. C. T1ODDI
DIAL & TODDI
A ittornseys eat La w
l itertprise flank flu1bldings9,
laitripns, S. C.
PIRACTI CE IN A LL COUllTS
MWoney to Loatn on Hleal Estate-Lons
'A. 0. JIARtT
Rooms 293-207 MasonIc Temple
Postofflee Box 685
Greenville, S. C.
Prompt attentIon gIven all busIness.
Practice In aid COURTS.
C. t. Featherstone W. B. EnIght
FEATH'ERJSTONE A ENIUIIT
Attorneys at Law
Laurenp. 8. C.
Al lltusin ss lntrusted to Our Care
Will iate l' rontzjt andm Careful Atten,.
Off~lee over l'alme'tto Bank,
(Mr. Feathierstone wvill s;pend Wednes.
Gt'v of each week In ILaurens.)
'This Is a prescrIptIon prepared e~"
for lyALARIA or C1 ILL.S'
Five or six dose. wilt -r
If taken then as a+
JUST PLAIN COUNTRY.
Beauty to Be Found In Rural Scenes
Round About Home.
Like iany another person of the
present day. I have front time to time
traveled as far as ey tent, would
plermlit-antiin little fuarther--explorinlg
countries new and strange or new and
strange to nie. c luhii hiih noun
tatits, silliig broarl seas and miking
the ntginiitt 111e of coasts as full of
wonder anid of mnystery. swept by the
wings of gulls. washed by green Waves,
1s t'ere the fint shores of Odysseus'
W ido adventu gre to Odysseus. A ntd I
have hal huge enjoyment in it atill.
statiing to 'watch at distnut corners
of; the ei'th the pageant of wind land
wnve and cloud, trudging ip unknown
hills I it fine m1ood of ad vetiture, driv
Ing neross inut~tin passes into coun
tries as fresh and us enchanting Its if
they huld been created overnight to
leet (his first fresh sense of quest.
Yet sotethies and oftentinmes I real
Ize that no strange shore or wonder
ful notutatlin rangit has brought a
sense of pleisure qinite so dteep ns that
wvIleh (oim1es l: , . :cents in mere colml
try. the plain country of the land1t1 of
botie. I do not mean any of the show,
regions of Ainerlcan. The glories of the
Untuidlan Ito kh's. the wonders of the
YosemiIe. t are lnknown to me. I
meain the co:nmon counitry,of oh( l'asih
loted f'enci e' ant d windig' ror Is. where
tamdies of il'.er and Htititut l itstor by
the gray rant s or grayer Stone-comi
nion coui try, where tlie hay grows
long In .ltne aniid tlie woods creep close
to the hatyfields and a little sireatin per
hlaps goes thrending Its tway softly he
Iweeli wie grass5'es.
I eie Is i saetise of efTort lit your en
Ioyment-. .1l Is near and dear, fanll
lanr. pirhaps for generai ons i part of
your fIorefat Ihers' lIves. 'taere Is no
need to try your eyes to In ke in tle
meanulink of J:it'geil o.-l out ihies ntul
heiped eatlh masses or str itches of
deserit sand. Vot have not. purcha Jllsed
an expensive tilk.'t whose worti to
the tltlerinost I)lmny must he extract
(d fron the phlioritma bel'ore yoil.
tukling you sitily it alnxiously, eager
to( do yoi' dily by every shaide and
ontline. you do not have to train to
the si;lbn , as yeo do when con front
ed by s,-eacry. cali 'l 1n1I5zd s(eneiry
etapital ize9d in every sense of the word.
You do but ,.It quietly upon some
green banlc, full of unforced pleau'o
that tin idly iitunes itself pleaisure, so
IuncUolnseot'1t It is. - Seraibner's.
Quarries of Carrara.
The wvealtlt of the city atd province
of Caim'ira, Italy. which hats a puohtI:i
t lIen of '220,000, is derived froni t(e 50L)
alti rries, wht 1hi give enIployiiel t In
ine wiy ain'l another to over'u 8.00
workm, 1enl. T1l:o qluarries are sittalted
in the mount a:i:as atm-''. the town, afnul
thle stone is brought down i to 1he plain
to be sallwed and worked, largely in
shops cionnlected withIi the hioles of the
tworklnen. ..Explosives are used to ob
tain the largest size blocks. aithought
twite saws driven by electrieity alto
used in at fet lustainces to quarry the
blocks to the desired dimensins.
The ltusslin enlendhir is thirleeil days
behind the ctletdairs of other Chris
tlan countries. and iiiiless this fact is
finilllar to cotrespondents In the Unit
ed tautes consideranle conftslon n1rises
over the dates of letters, teiegralits,
etc. Usuallyi li11 isshin buiness c1'
respondencel bot32 h Itdatels iire utse' I. thle
lhtasslln (daie hlaivIn: aflter It the let ler'S
1). 8.. iistulnig o)hl style, and thle aie
of forela . ounitrIes. N. 8., :neai:
iaew style. lo' lustaae, thle liusinni
Ch'th'Iatuniis 333enria on .lani. 7 N. 8. noti~
(lie iliusshain Newv Yoar's dajy ona .lan.
1-l N. 8.-Comm313lieare lIttI oils.
An Eniglishi touraist wvas beig taken'i
(troughi the (ennair iy by3 til Iriish .iinr
vey. 'Thley wer'ie travel in' along thie
road wvhen ain atss lit Its he.l oiver' (he
fenc'e and1( began to brayii w(ith aill lIt
"Well, I'at I." sid (ie I~liglihman . "'Is
thait thie 'Weaini' (of (lie Green'' "
"A irrnhI, ho. yetr honor.'' saiId 1l'at;
"thait's 'Johnlny, I htardly knew you.'"
-Cicaigo I Iernitl.
Glaciers Are Brittle.
An authority on thie saubject satys thalt
te substance of a ghteler' Is brittle,'
though solid, and lthat (ldescent down
a v'alley Is caused by its consatant frac
turie pr'oduc-ed by gr'atvtationi anid thie
slIdIng forwardt't of the whole matss, the
stirfaces of the fr'acttures speedily re
uiting by reguilationi.
Old Mrs. flluniderby was telling her
caller about a play she hiad been to the
ev'enlng before. Onie of the chatracter's
was tin EnglIshman ef thie "sIlly' a was''
typle. "Ito dlId look so awvfumlly idleu
lotis with thant mionologue it his eye,"
chuckled the old lady.-Doston Trans
Mr. Newed-WIll you have a piece of
thIs angel cake, darllig? Newed (catn
tiouhsly)-WVell, dear, you-er-know I
don't cai'e mucht'l for cake. DId you
make It? Mrs. Newed-Eo; mammta
sent it byetr. Newed-Glvo me twvo
pileces. plieatse. - Inianaipol Is Star.
"The old fashiotned boy used to mInd
every word lis father saId."
"Yes," r'elpli th'- mewhiat cynIcal
youth. '"but ' ' u'eimmber that
the ol,1 ' d one of those
Will Close August 26 in Winnsboro.
Flie for Voiernor.
The county-to-county campaign of
candidates for Statn otllees began yes
terday in S-artanburg and will con
tinue five days a week until August 26
with the exception of 10 lays rest it
.July. The caldidates this week will
also speak in Greenvillo, lickens, Wal
halla and Anderson. The work on the
h'ustlings will coue to a close in
For Stnte Ofilces.
The following candidates have filcd
fledges with the secretary of state:
Govornor-Richard I. Manning of
Sumter (reelection), R. A. Cooper of
Laurens, Cole L. -l3lease of Columbia,
John Madison DesChlamps of Colun
bia and John T. Duncan of Columbia.
Lieutenant Governor-Andrew J.
Het hea of Columbia and E. 'C. L.
Secreta'y of State-George W.
Wightnan of Saluda and W. Banks
Dove, of Columbia.
'ate Tireasu re--SamI T. Carter of
Columbia (reelection) and D. W. lc
Laurin of Columbia.
Coinptroller General-Carlton W.
Sawyer, of Columbia.
At or ney General--'Thomas I-. Pec
ples of JBlackville.
State Superintendent of Education-.
John E. Swearingen.
Adjutant General--W. W. Mooore of
Commissioner of Agriculture-1!. J.
Vatson of Colinmbia.
Railroad Coniuissioner--G. McDuf
lie Ilamn pton of Columbia (reelection),
W. It. Kelly of Spartanburg, W. T.
'l'hower of Cheraw, Albert S. Fant of
i it0on1, .1 ines -Cansler of Tirzah.
The following candidates for con
gress have Illed:
First Oistrict-lticharcd S. Whaley
of ('harleston (reelection), .1. G. 1'ad
gett. of \Valcrboro.
Second Ditiict--James S. Byrnes
of Aikcn (reelection), .\lvin Etheredge'
Third District---Wyatt .\ikcn of .\b
bevi l, trejilection), A. It. Iagnall ol
.\UI('rson, II. (. 'illinan of Grcen
wood, 1. 11. Dominick of Newberry,
loh A. lliolon of Iicltoni.
I'oun Dr Listrict-S-:amzi J. Nicholl; o:
;';,:n ianhe(rg I reelection), .\. 11. .\iiller
o' G rer, I). I.. ''raxier of (rcei vilIe.
ifth' Iinstrict I). 11. Finley of Yorke
i rcelsion), \W. 1". S-tevcnsonl of ('lie
SSixthl Disltrie(--J1. \\'illard Ra~gsdtalc
of I' i nee ('U tiCt eitRion), J. S. .\lc
lines of iDarlinugton.
Se- enth 1)l strct-A. bF. Lever of
'Ie following have filed their
pledges as; candidates for solicitor in
the various circuits:
First. Circuit---J. Cokes Salley of
Orangeburg (reelection), L. A. H1utson
of Orangeburg, K. U. .lann of St. .lat
thews, A. J. Ilydrick, of Orangeburg.
Second Circuit--i1. L. Gunter of
trlee I (election).
of l'a:inigloii t i eection).
I1.1ih tire oil- -\\'adec lamuluton (Wabb
of Co)lumbilaL (relct'ion1)11.
of Grleenw ~'od, Ge(orige 1'. .lagill o
Gr'een~woodl, ii. 8. lIlIack well of I .:tu.
r'ens, I?. V. Chamaniti of Newberry1..
Ninieth Circuit -\V. II. GArimbali of
'ChlReston t rceletion) , F. .\l. Ii Rya n
of Chlarleston, TI. P. Stoney of ('har
Tienthb Circuit-Kurtz P~. Sithj ol
AnrIIsoni (reelection), Leon L,. HIlee
of Anderson, J. Ri. Earle of Waihalla.
Eleive'nthi Circuiit-Georgo liell T'im
merma~n of Lexington (reelection), F:.
L. Ashili of Leesville, J. W. Cox of
Twelfth Circuit--Nobody filed.
Thirteenth Circult-JIohn 31. Daniel
of Greenville, J. Robert Mlartin of
Greenville, It. HI. Iarris of Greenville,
D~avld W. Smioak of Greenville, J. D).
Isttiford of GreenvIlle.
F~ourteenthu Circuit-George War'reni
Of Hampton, II. It. Padgett of W~alter
I) 'TO H.AVE .I OD HlANG ON.
Don't let youri COldi hang onl, i'ack
youir systemn and beccome chronic
whien Dr. Hell's Pine-TIar-Honey wvll
[iip ycu. It heals the Iilamnmation,
soothes the cough and loosens the
phlegmi. You bireathie ensier at once.
iDr. Iiel's Pine-Tlar-Honey Is a laxa
tive Tiar SyrupI, the 1)1ne tar b~alsaml
heals thle iraw 51pots, loosens the nmu
cous and prevents irritation of the
brionechlal ItubeCs. Just get. ia bottle of
Dri. 1Hell's Pine-Tlari-iloney today, Its
guaranlteedl to hlp you1. At diruggists.
('L E~ilt Sh iN ('OMES FJIOMIWiT'h'IN
it ia foolish to think you can gain
a good clear complexion by the use of
face powder. Get at the root of the
trouble andl thoroughly leanse the
system with a treatment of Dr. Kinig'a
New Life P'ills~ (entlo and' mild in
action, do not gripe, yet they relieve
the ljver by their action, on the bow
els. Good for young, adults and aged.
Go aftor a cleIar egmpliixion to049y.
25o at your amruit,
"My dealer was right
-they do satis I"
There's more to a cigarette than merely
"pleasing your taste." Other cigarettes, be.
sides Chesterfields, can do that.
But Chesterfields do more - they begin
where the others stop!
lBecause Chesterfield e aisfy I-they give
you the t'ue meaning of smoking!
This new comrtio n ("satisfy,' yet mild)
can be had cnly in Cheterfic:Ids-because no
iyr-J cigaret o r-1 k can cotpy the Chesterfield
* Try Chet.rfieldeW ' ,dy
C I AltE0*, T T E S
20 for 1-..., y .t.t re rL
mHE ran who uses Fisk Non
ISkids knows he cannot buy
greater tire value, more mileage or
the same service.
Present Low Prices
On Fisk Grey Non-Skid Casings
3 x30. 10.4 42x35.31.20
3x 30. 13.40 4;x36.31.55
4 x33.22.0 5 x37.37.30
--less than the plain tread styles
6 of several other standard makes.
125 Fisk Branches insure prompt
attention to dealer and user.
L aurena Motor Car Company
- Fisk Branches in More Than 125 ChIcs
( OLiJ*fl; OFi' ll.\liENTON
south ('ariilna's ltiest College j KENNEDY BROS.,
Ir:12d Year angiins $e~iltelliitr 2')
Entrance exa tio tt in 1 b 2 Undertakers and Embalmers
ott illy-6cA s (,n Friday. .July 1. at Calls answered any hours, day or night.
Iou -y(ar COitrnQM lead o .A LAURENS S
rou-"r rLascxla l e 13. A. S '
arild D. 8. degrees. A t% -ear pre
tuc'lical cou rs Is given. ---
A free tulition schoirship) is assign- B R. TODD
ed to each county of the state. TOD
Spacious buildings and athletlc
grounds, well equippcd laboratorlos, Engineerlag and Contracting
unexcelled library facilities. Land Surveys a Specialty
Exienses moderate. For terms and
catalogue, Address aaere Work SkIlltull: - done cw i
lEA RRItISON Ma DOLPII, President. .speet.
' -46.td Orewang and estlnates of all Es1t
jls '.1. - i I01..u \.1'.
T l ) n t ' 1h l.te ( i li day of
AI ,1 : I I il! r ndr a tial ac
a :i al 11 ar;(ts: andl doa:nu as:l Ad
Ii1nisrator a of 1( th;e t e u o Ella
h d i-d. in thai olii(( of the
of Pr() 0 a1 ) , of I.mu)1 nas :'annt',
l. . i and n the (1a dlay
!rlr a1i. : "\ i na:2 l i har ff-om
1:'. iil Pc n I b Ited to i estlate
Ii t ld and I r liitired to mak.1he pay
Iment <>n th:at daii; andl~ all prlsonIs
ha ing : htiu1ns a5gainst Said esta;e wiO t
prese nt wl"- onl ori before said date,
dn be for vet ho rred.
Jun1ie 1'2, 19PI.-l-- mo..A m nsrtr
Mt110LA tSHIIl' ami ENTHANCE
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col
!ege and for the admission of new
:students will be held at the C7ounty
Court Ilouse on Friday, July 7, at 9
a. m. Applicants must not be less
than sixteen years of age. When
Scholarships are vacant after July 7
they wil be awarded to those making
the highest average at this examina
tion, provided they meet the Coldi
tions governing the award. Appli
cants for Scholarships should write
to President Johnson before the ex
amination for Scholarsip examina
Scholarships are worth $100 and
free tuition. The next session will
Information and catalogue, ad(ress
Pres. 1). 1. Johnson, Rock 11111, S. C.
ANtile of Lost Stock.
To all whurl it may Concern:
Thli is to certify that I have and
own ive shares of stock in The Peo
pies Loan and Exchange Bank of Lau
rens, sanme being original certificate
No.- 479 issued July 1:1, 1907, and that
said certiflacte has been lost or de
stroyed, and I desire a new certificate
of stock to be issued to me in placO
of lost original.
You are further notified that I shall
make application to the said Peoples
Loan and xehange Bank at its office
for issuance of such new certificate on
the 15th day of July, 1916.
M. R. L. PED.TN.
Dated thfs 23rd day of May, 1916. ,