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'See How That Corn
Comes Clear Off"
"GETS-IT" Loosens Your Corns IIIg*
Off, It's the Modern Corn Wonder
j t's hard to believe anything could
at like that in getting a Corn off. Wl4y,
iJmifst fifted that corn right off with
"It'. Just WondA * GETS.
Makes A114 G Quick."
my finger nail '( id' S-IT' is ce ainly
wonderful! Yes. "( 10,TS.-l'" 8 the
I most wonderful cor -cure o r known
because you dont I tve t fool and
puitter arotild with ) 1 ur ins, harness
theill IIp with band g or try to dig
"(iTS- iT" is a I uld. You put on
a few drops in a ew seconds. It
dries . It's painles. Put your stock
ing on right. over it. Put on your reg
uilar Shoes. You won't ill) or have a
corn "twist" in your face. The corn,
callus or wart will loosen from your
toe--off' it comies. Glory hallelujah
"G~TS- IT" is the biggest selling CO11
remedy in the world. When you try
It, you know.why.
"G0TS- IT" 1s sold and recommend
ed 1)y druggists everywhere, 25c a bot
tIle, or sent onl receipt of price by E.
Lawrence & Co., Chicago, ill.
Sold iln laurens and recommended
as the w8rld's best corn remedy by
I'ttreka Dtrug Co.
1tIEU3IATIf * VDERM S
are iade for a si purpose Rheuimna
tism In its various forms. If troubled
with i rheuniatism, try them on our
guarantee. Sold only by us, 50c and
Eiureka Drug Co., LA-urens and Watts
N. B. DIAL, A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
.Attornevy at Law
Enterpriso Bank Buidings;
Laurens, S. C.
PRACTICF2 IN ALL COURTS
Noney to Loan on Real Estate-Long
I'. t . Featherstone W. B. Knight
VAIEISTONE & KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens. S. C.
it ilu~she ss lIirusted to Our Cari
M1Ill n'e 'rompt and Careful Atten.
OWilee er Plmdietto Bank
MrI. eathertone will spend Wednes
div ot eaich week in Laurens.)
CHICHESTER S PILLS
II.yeasnw n ' stsaos.Ad a n e labl e
SOLD BY DRU~iGISTS EVERYMERE
L A ltE NS DRIUO STORE,
Will cure Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic
Sprains, Bruises Cute, Burns, Old
Sores, Tetter, king-Worm, Ec
zema, etc. Antiseptio Anody,
uised internally or externally. 25c
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
#~ 11 Pratlee in all Mtate Courte
P'romipit Atention (iven All Buuinese
the I realment11 of Piles and the condi
(ions rapidt- become worse. Relieve
y'ourlself by) using
a remedy of mIC't and( guaranteed to
give rellef. Sold only by us, 50c and
Eutreka D~rig Co., L~aurens and Watts
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* TYLERSVJLLE NEWS. *
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TylerasVille, Sept. 4.-Sothe frorp the
neighborhood attended services at
Misses Grace, Fannie and Mattie
Bobo Poole and Mr. and Mrs. Furman
Poole spent Sunday with relatives near
Mrs. J. W. Blakeley In Hi)ending a
while at her old home in this neigh
borhood, We are very glad to have
her with us again.
Mr. Hugh Myers spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Mr. Joshua
The farmers of this section are quite
busy gathoring their crops. Some have
gin ed' and even sold new cotton.
. r. Marvin Sanders was in 'Laurens
on business Monday.
Several from the eighborhood at
tended the singing at Watts Mill Sun
Mr. J. S. Craig was in Laurens
Monday on business.
Mrs. P. K. Abercrombie and children
spent last Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Peterson and family.
Mr. T. P. Poole and daughters, Miss
es Grace and Fannie, were business
visitors in Laurens Monday.
Miss .Janie Donnan, of Columbia, is
spending a few days with relatives
Miss Mattlic Boho Poole an( brother,
.Joshua Craig, visited relatives near
Madden Station last week.
Misses \nnie Mac and Corrie Belle
Donnan visited relatives in Clinton
STOP THE FIlt.' COLD.
A cold does not get well of itse1.
The process of wearing out a cold
wears you out, and your cough be
comes serious if neglected. Hacking
coughs drain the energy and sap the
vitality. For 47 years the happy coni
bination of soothing antiseptic bal
saman in Dr. King's New Discovery has
healed coughs and relieved congestion.
Young and old can testify to the effec
veness of Dr. King's Now Discovery
for coughs and colds. Buy a bottle
today at your druggist, 50c.
JONES NEWS. *
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Jones, Sept. 4.-Rev. J. 13. Connel
Icy, of Princeton, will preach here on
the 2nd Sunday night.
The Sunday school will meet at 3.30
p. m. and we cordially invite all of
our- friends to unite with us in the
We recently had the pleasure of
meeting the following friends: Rev.
Thos. O'dell, of Anderson; J. C. Cork,
of Rock Hill; Dr. C. H. Burton, of Iva;
M. B. McCuen, of Princeton; and Wells
Riley, of Greenwood.
Rev. J. 13. Connelley, of Princeton,
assisted by Rev. Mr. Harley, of Spar
tanburg, conducted a revival meeting
at Rings Chapel recently.
The writer had the pleasure of at
tending the reunion of the family of
Hon. J. F. Morrison on the 25th of
August. Eleven children, thirty six
grand children, and one great grandi
child wer'e present. Theli occasion was
a thoroughly enjoyable one and we
hope ou r goodl friends may b)( s garedi
to enjoy many reunions. We know of
no0 one who deservesi more (redlit for
the success he has achieved than lion.
J. F. Alorrison, Every mnovement, that
had for its object the promotion of the
best interest of our community, has
invariably received his warm and
hearty support, and we trust that he
and Mrs. Morrison may bo spared
many years to enjoy the bleissngs of
well spent lives.
Mrs. E. E., Martin and sons Frank,
Jones, Eugene and William, of Monti
eello, and Mrs. 0. W. 'Jenkins and sons
William and Walter, of Columbia, are
visiting their parents, Dr. and Mra. W.
The memtbers of lirewerton Lodge,
A. @' .M., are requested to attend the
next communication on the 4th Sat
urday, at 2 p. nm.
Mr. Warren Davis is building a nice
We are indebted to Supervisor Hf. B.
Humbert for having had Rasor's Bridge
We are indebted to eru friends for
ecent kind favors.
Abbeville and WVare Shoals crossed
bats last Saturday, Ware Shoals win
ning bya acore of 5to 1
The friends of Mrs. .J. H. Bllackwell
will be sorry to hear that she passed
awvay on the 3sat of August.
She was universally lovedi and we!
tenderly sympathize with her husband
Mr. Wm;-Richmey of Georgia, was the
recent guest of his sister, Mrs. J1. F.
CLEAR hAD SKIN FRtOM WITHIN
Pimply, muddy complexions are dume
to impurities in the blood. Clear up
the skin by taking Dr'. King's New Life
Pills. Their mild laxative qualities
remove the ipoisons fromi the system
and brighten the' eye, A full, free, non
gr'iping bowel irpovement in the morn
ing is the reward of a dose of Dr.
King's New Life Pills the night before,
At your druggist, 26n.
- -- mJmWA ' k JJ V .avinoj5VJMa, J.,
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* HICKORY TAVERN E *
Hickory Tavern, Sept, 4.-A fte
rain would be very pleasaig to our
Most .of our farmerA are about
through pulling fodder.
Our cotton IS opening very fast.
Mr. Todd Knight surprised his many
friends last Friday when he marrie(d
Miss Mary McDaniel.
irs. Knight is an attractive young
lady of the Poplar section, while Mr.
Knight is a prosperOus young farmer
of Hickory Tavern. \Ve all welcome
Mrs. Knight into our midst. We wish
then a long and happy life. .
Dr. Weiborn went to Augusta one
day last week and has not yet comme
Mi'. Theodore Sumerel, of P'on lIid,.
S)cpnt part of last week with Mr. .1. .\L
Sumerel and family.
M~rs. Willie Abercrombie is on the
sick list at this writing.
.Nir. Abercrombie has gone to C'oluI
bla to the hospital for an operation.
The lilsses Nesbit and Simpson,
from I'iedmont, wece the week-end
guests of Miisses .\Iarie and Lizzie
.\ir. Pall loper and :3ister, Nlay, have
.been visiting friends and relatives iII
Union county for the past few days.
Mr. J. M. Sumerel entertained a
number of his friends last Saturday by
giving them a plelic. This plen ie
scells to be an annual event. Mr. Sum
erel has had his picleic at his hwome
for the past three years, and a large
crowd attended tois year thani ever be
The young folks enjoyed themselves
,by pleving games of all kinds, and in
many other various ways. At twelve
thirty all carried their dinner to the
sr)iing where a large table had been
made for the event.
The ladles soon Piled the table full
of good eatilngs which they had pre
pared for that day. Saturday was the
firSt day hat a speaker was lnvited.
Mi. Sumerel invited Dr. 11. !. Stuart
to COie and make an address at elev
en-i hirty. Dr. St uarit lade an elegilit
specch vry apIIpropriuite foi that kind
of event. Dr. Stuart is a well read
Man and besides, he is a 1irulie CI ristiana
ani a line speaker. Everyone listen
ed attentively while he was talking.
even did the little folks.
.\lr. Sumerel want; to thank every
one for their help and support in try
lng to make everybody enjoy t.Iem
selves, anid also, Dr. Stuiart for coi
Ing anid making his nice talk.
We all are looking forward to tlhe
next picic at Mr. Sumeorl next year.
After the picnic a lawn party was
givein to the young folks at ir. Sum
erel's. A large crowd attenlded the par
ty and al! enjoyed themselves very
Mr. Charlie McCall, of Dials, was
the welcomne visitor of Messrs Gillie
and Culver Sumerel Saturday night.
Quite a number of our young )e(ople
went to the box supper and iawi party
at E'den Friday nIght. They all re
port a good time.
Mr. lBarber .Jones, of near Waterloo,
wvas the visitor at Mr. 11. 0. Abercionm
bie one ady last week.
This Is a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
If taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Cslomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25n
Opening at Gray Couurt-Owings.
The senoot will open at rGray ('ourt
Owings Septeimbeir the 1 8th. All pui
1il' who failed during the past ses
sion or any new ones wishing to enter
the school thIs cominag session will
lplease see me on Tiuesday afternoon,
September the 12th at 3t:30 o'clock,
P'atrons are earnestly requested to see
that thel,- children are on hand the
opening day. II. T. Wilson.
H UUU 0 Sood Catalog
just issued, tells all about
Alfalfa and all
Grass a d Clover
Seeds fo Fall Planting.
Wood's Fail Seed Catalog algor
give, full a d complete I 6r
mation ab t
Vege a Seeds
that can b planted to advantage
and profit In the late Summer and
Fal,. It Is altogether the most use
ful and valuable Fail Seed Catalog
Mailed free to Gardeners, Market
Growers and Farmers on request.
Write for it.
TiW.WOOD & SONS,
SEEDSNEN. - Richmond, Va.
'UMEi15NE IS. U., H IPTEMBRRl 6
of them c
let you ly
Whenever You Need a Gleneral TonIc
TVhe O1d Standard G'rove's Tasteless
,hil TI'on ic is equially va luabile as ai
Genera~tl Toaic hiecauow it 'ontains thle
well knowvn toniceproperties of QUilN IN IC
nnd( IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
Dott Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole Systenm. 50 cents.
" THE OL. RuE.LiA BE
AT YOUR DRUGGIST.
NO'il('E OF" ELE('iON.
SItaite or Southi ('atrolinta,
('otunty of haurltents.
Whtereas, tit ins stined by3 a legal
nluin her of the inli lied electoris and
free-holders recsidinug ini Sut llivan
school (listrict No. 2, Lauiitrens counity,
South Cariol ina, asking for an elect ion
upon1 1 (th testion or voting an addi
tionial 2 inill lax upon the itroper'ty in
saidi sc hool di strnict to be used for
school pur iposcs, have beeni Iiled w ithi
I teOO13 cou n boad of ed tt(ntioni, an elee
tion isli hereby ordered uipot n haid quet
tiIon, saidi electioni to be1 hlcd on the
sch'lool hotuse', in sa id distritt, itnder
the inaniagenttentt oh' the i triutstees 01' said
Only3 such electors~ as returi n real or
lpersonal property' for taxation and
who exihit their ta x teeipts andl~
registat 1tion cirt iHeat es as riredit'~ in
Ste genieralI ee t shall lbe all owed
Tlhose fanvorinig the 2 ill addItional
tax all i vote a halltot con taitin g the
word "Y V*m" written Or' pinitedh there
)tn. Thoste againist thet 2 itt Il adiiiIt ion
ii tax shall vote a ballot containing
thle word ''NO'' wi tten or' printed
thet'eon. P'olls shall be 01pen att the
hour t of 8 o'clock in the for'enoon anad
shahll renmaini opent until the hour' of
I o'clock in the afternaoonm when they
shall be closed, and the ballots count
Tihe trustees shall recpot the result
of the electiton to the county auditor
rindi county supe~rintendlent of edutca
lion within ten (lays thereafter'.
J.AM~ICS II. SULLIVAN,
B-2t . l norer, of C..u.., n-a.
: aee, perhaps, over 800 bra
d in this country today. E
loes what Chesterfields do, j
sfy-and yet they're mild!
truly unique cigarette has
taste-delicacy which any
vithout sacrificing any of thi
Chesterfields go one step fu
than merely "please your t
row youIVe 4een smolking / T
t they're ndld I
-and e eyre
10 for 5c
Also packed 20 (or10ec
F'INAL l, NETE1NT. or
t'iiiint o ct net i ndoinigs as IN
eeuitor ofI thle estate' of .1(ohn1 T
D)agnall, deceasedl, in the otie ' the
Juidg.e of 'irobt~ie, of14 liires &'ountiy,
miy trusts aIs Admlinistrator.
An perso hiS id 1(ebted to1 said esite
is notitlledI andi requ1i red to make pay
ment on that date; and altl persons
hiavintg clIains aga ist sa id estate will
jpresenit them on or' hefo re said dlate.
duily proven or be forever ha rred.
Angust 9, 19tt1. - I mo.
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A .NNOI'NCE:MENTr. *
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I hereby annlounCe inyself a candi
date for' Solicitor or the t'dighth Cir
cult and promise to aide by the rules
of the Democ rat Ic pimanry.
I thereny annloilnee myl3'~f a candl
date for the ofie of Sotlicitor of the
tlgt Ih Juid icialI CtircuIt, subject to the
ruIles of the D emocriatic pimary.
For State Seniate'.
ISubjeet to the rules of the Demo
eratic party and the result of thle
trmary elec t.in, I respectfully an
nounc ne my13setlf a candidate for State
Seinator 1from111 ianureS (ounity.'
I hierelay announce miyself a candi
(date for re-telioll to the State Sen'
ate subjec t to thle ru les and regula
tions5 of the D~emocratic pairty.
I hereby annlloune mysel0f a (andi
(date for the I louse Of lII'esetat ives
from 14111reins (ounity, subject to thte
rules of thle DemocratIc pimary.
WM. D. IYRD.
Subject to the rites of thte D~emo
crat Ic prImary, I respect fiully ann~ounle
myself a eanditdate for the Iliouise o1
Representativea from Unfuiresoon ty.n
nds of ciga-.
out not one
all of that
aste "-- they
hey satisfy I
1 i 1~di herebyannouce myse 1(lf for re.
jl1tion to the 3III 1 llous o leeenta
tives1 1 Iubjet to the ruilos of the Demo
Subjec.'(t toth ruwlles of the Demo
evaliepiinary 11111lion,0 Isctfullyndi
(t lelturSe ifrotuo 1baurens County,
ann je ouc e y sol addt o the 1tmcal
3)l' Illry. . L. IDE.
I herebey announce my3self a canidi
date for' the olilco of Sheriff of Lau..
r1n$ county1' 1 atil prom01ise to abide by
the re'sul ts oft t'e )emIocra11tie imilary.
JiOIIN D. W. WATTS.
I here'ii y announce1( my3'self ai canidi
dit i l I0 t' tolii'(' of Coroner ot[ }ou.
runs county 13subject to the rules of
he' Illm ctit'l i mary'11113.
11. it. O\VI.NGS.
fIu'hee' announceI(~( m lf a cantdi
dlate for' Cor'oner of L~aure'ns county
andt pledge mys'iel f to abhide by3 the re
sualt of 0 the DemI~o('ra tic primaliry.
11. J. FilA NS.
I Ihlereby anfounice my3self a candi
date for re-election to the otlice of
C'ounty Commiussioner of Laulrens
('ounIty, subljet to the rulles of the
Demra 'ltie imIlary3.
J1. T. TODD.
lilaVi ng ('oneisentiousy1133 perfor mod
the dutie ls oIf the (olli(Ce of County Com
mlissioner' for' I) 1erms, I herebly an
11ounce( by3 ('undIidney' for re-elec tion
for a thiir term,111 111111 pro ig to g~ 0
lhe 011i1e my13 best3 alt tnloln andl to
abtidie by3 the resl3s of the Democratic
31 r imary3. .1.. 111. TT
I herebyi announce11(' myself a canIt
Alagistra'~te of 1 Laurens1: towniship, sU
jet'0 to the rules of thle Democratij
11. 1'. TRAYNHAM.
At the re(ilnest or friendse, I herob~
ann11ounce myselfI a caindidate for titl
of)l(e of Alaxstrlate of Laurens toWi
ship and prom 31011ise to abide by the t'
su1111 It' ofthe l)elrlnernfic 1)o'lmal'y