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Lift Right Off
Nothing but "(ETS1.'i"' Will Do This
to Comris and caliuses.
If you've ever had corns, you've ftried
lots of thing; to get rid of them
-salves that eat your toe and leave the
-Corn remlaining, cotton rng h '.4 make
You Can't Hide Ci n Mi-,<wv. Sti c'imng
Aroundi Use" ET3-iT"To itun;
So the 'orn. Van
youIr corns bulge out a pop-eyes,
scissors and nti es at make corns
bleed and sore, 1 ar esses and band
ages that fill up . ur shoe, press on
the corn and make your foot, feel like
a paving block. What's the use? Why
not do what. millions are doing, take
3 seconds off and apply "GIETS-IT".
It dries, you put your stocking on
right away, and wear yor reugular
shoes. -Your corn loosens from the
toe, it lifts right off. It's painless. It's
the common-sense way, the simplest,
easiest, most effetcive way in the
world. It's the national corn-cure. Nev
"GETS-IT" is sold and recommend
ed by druggists everywhere, 25c a bot
tIe, or sent on receipt of price, by E.
Lawrence & Co., 'Chicago, Ill.
Sold in Laurens and recommended
as the world's best corn remedy by
Eureka Drug Co.
N. B. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attornevy at Law
Enterprise Bank Buildings,
Laurens, S. C.
PRACTICEC IN ALL, COURTS
Money to Loan on Real Estate-Lout
C. I. Featherstone W. 1H, K night
F1 \ I'lEltSTONE & K NiGlT
. ttorneys at Law
1.auren , S. C.
.I ;:r. %s Iinruuted to Otlr Cart
'lilt Ilhoe l'rontupt hnll ('nre'ful Aftten
1tillee 0%e VIl'alm etto Blank
' '.i tlje1stonea wvill spen(d Wednes.
'1.1 "1 3-rb) wek it In I.aurens.
I H El'3f.i Ail T 31 DEllS
are tmueI for a sit g purpose Rheuma
tism in its varioi forms. -if trouI ed
with rheutmatlism, try thet on our
guarantee. Soitd only by us, 50e and
iureka D1rug Co., iLurens and Wafts
- 301.987i DEGiS3 EE.ER
LAtN i l'G ST 4 LE,
For Sprains, L meness,
Sores, Cuts, eumati -u
Penetratea nd JjdT.
Stops Pi n. nee
For Ma Beast
25c. 50c. $1. At All Dealers.
t ii: ~ 'm A o n .3 m
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I' rk r 4r n
MACHINE GUN BOYS
GET TH!EIR WEt!".1PON!1,
ioilh Soith Carolita Companies Euip
jied iIth itie Mlodiern Lewis Gun,.s
Four to' Each Command.
In ('aln, willr the South Carolin;
National Guard in the 10i Paso Pat11 ro
Distriet on the Blorder, September 5.
The mlichine gIn com1palies of 1thei Iis
land 2nd regiments have beeu eluippe
Iwith the Lewis gul. 'They drew foil
guns to each company and fivo mloto
trucks, one (ruck for eac1h gun and on
extra truck to carry extra pmrts for thi
Both companies are being instruct
ed in the use of the gulls by Capi
iiavidson, of the 7th infantry. 'The;
work out each -morning with Capt
Davidson's company on the parad
ground Just in the rear of the Soutl
The machine gun compaies ar
eqiuipped both with mules and motor
I trucks and can transport the gun:
either on muleback or on t rnek1s. I
is generally understood that they wil
in the near future be equipped will
motorcycles, also making it possibl
to use any speed necessary adoptabl
to the kind of the country over whic
they are going.
IAeu l. IHiram iiutchison has beel
promoted to be first lieutenant of th
Rock 11111 company. Sergt. F. M. Mac
of Fort Mill, has been promoted t
second lieutenant and assigned to dut
with the Rock Hill company.
Rev. John McSween, of Dillon, ha
been appointed chaplain of the 2d reg
iment and is expected to arrive o1
the border to take up his duties 1:
the next. few days. Mr. McSween I
a native of 'T'ilmmonsville and a grdu
ate of the Columbia Theological Semi
'Col, E. M. Blythe, Capt. G. Ii. Mahon
.Jr., and Capt. Arthur Lee, attended th
Rotary Club luncheon in El Paso o1
Thursday. Both Col. Blythe and Capt
Mahon made speeches in which the;
praised the city of h1i Paso and th
hospitality shown the soldiers.
Mr. Charles LeBaron, who is scere
tary of the Knights of Columbus it
Ei Paso and cutstodian of their hall
and who is also one of the lIeadiln
husiness men of the city, came out ti
the camp on Sunday afternoon in hi
machie and took Lieut(. Su'livan an
lieut. King, hoth of the Irish Volun
toeos; Capt. Doyle, of the supply come
pany of the 2d, and this correspond
ent for a ride over 1El Paso and ih
surrounding country. .l r. Lellarol
showed the party the growth of i'
Paso, pointing out what the city wa
whon l caIe here thirteen years a
from Florida and what it has growl
Ile made the run down to 'sleta it
a few minutes. 'T'his is one of tle
oldest cities in the United States an
'T'exans say it is even older than St
Augustine, ''la. It was formerly tIll
county seat of h1l Paso county, bll
some years ago after a bitter light the
county seat was moved to El Paso.
It is some dozen miles from l
l'ao lown the li. Grande valey. mt.,
('oun1tr l''0n 11 o is fe rt ie, beling i rri
galtedi 1 wit wter' fromi tile Rio Griand114
and1( tile 0ld fam~lilliar ('(tton1 woods01
('orn, beanls, IlearIs, li'e~ahs ('nnltei
loll es0, and (Ithe v13' eget ales a1m1
frulits knIown' back'i Oast are0 grownl iI
th~s va'illey ill abundliance. Amlong othii
lr pr1osperIouis lanc owner~ 01s inI thh
v'allIey is aii .Ir. Porch'ler', of (Charllertonl
wh'lo marr 'lied a .\is' Iloykinl, fr'on
Vamd11101, and1( hlave been living here0 fml
al number)Ci of' years. llis is 031e of till
tbest la1ce s wh11eh1 tile Inlrt sawii.
adobie wall I s of Iwo 11undre Pd yearis 01
mlore, anld adobe houses. Thlere arit
s0311 m~odern bumildings Ill thle pla(ce
Ihowever, aind alt a1 drulg store whC'
I ' artyli refreshed themIIselves 011
wuoulid think 1he wias i a mlodern1 townl
There Is a hiotel I here whlichl Is fa
mous11 for' tile mleals5 it serves'0, and1( lLt
a 111))m11tar 111stim 1111 t u' lr ties t o mlo'
Io ti ver001 from 101 Paso5( fori supper4' . 'Thii
iparty visited a ('athiolic (hurch 1'' 1 i
Y1leta, sa id to1 be 0one of thle oldes'I
inl thle l'nlt ed Stautes. it's a veory sub14
stanitial afirm, and1( its insh14e decor'a
tions arme w':orks of arIt.
Paisii the parity 5topped'( alt a typhicali
and14 an1 4ob1 .\i 4\4h-an~4 0n .iar ob'l Ii 44
'Calng with 14 the c ion II, 4er ,1o14
re( t h114is l( inv 'athm .., wal into hi
"Caa,"j l for4~i ('he (.14neh :4 v 'bi-h <ame
44mth in .'''' was no1 , Ihn' th i
of t'he orin: y bo.- fy uaa
r3 4 -.': -
"WIlEY DID TiLE WAR
CLOSE" 'TIIEY ASKED
- First Question. Asked by the 31a.
- rooned Explorer's on Elephant Is.
land. Iescribe Lonely Life,
Laondon, Sept. I1.--Li'e on Eglephant.
i.-lald in the Antarctie, as it was Ox
~' periienced by the inaroon'd ment of
I ieut. S-i r 1iirnest ShackIeIon's
Southi Polar' expedition, who0 were re
'Cenltly' re(se171'd and tatkenl to Chile, is
described irn a inessage received fron
1 Pitnia Arenas, an~d published In the
Daily Chronicle today.
"Tie day began," says the des
,scriptlon, " Wilir breakfast which con
sisted merely of penguin, fried in
blubber, wiithi a drink of water. The
" norning's duties consisted in clear
1ng away snow drifts and catching
penguin. Lunch was served at
o'clock, cosisting of a biscuit with
raw blubber. The afternoon was oe
cupied with regular exercise over a
track one hundred yards in length.
"At five o'clock when darlkness fell, I
came dinner, consisting of pengin
breast and beef tea. Lacking tobacco,
the men smoked grass from the pad
sig in their boots, while the pipes
l were carved from bird's bones and
wood. The members of the party
,took turns in reading aloud from the
only available books, naine'ly the Bible,
Dlrowning, lacon's lEssays and 'Car
lisle's French revolution. Saturday
evening was always marked by a con..
cert, the feature of which was banjo
playing. A banjo was the only musi
- cal instrument in camp,
"On one occasion there was a wel
l come addition to the diet when sev
o oral undigested fish were found in the
- stomach of a seal and greatly enjoyed.
- These were the only fish obtained
during our stay. In August there was
a change in the diet, when limpets
were gathered and seaweed was avail
able as a vegetable.
- "We were In the midst of one of
these limpet and seaweed lunches
when the rescue boat. was sighted.
"'When was the war over' was the
- first qucstton we 'iUked."
,i'TT lus'0 1,i.11211"Ol Il 10E1t
"Ahout tw w years ago I land a severe
ai tack of diarrihoea which lasted over
a week," writes W. C. Jones, luford,
N. Ii, "I became so weak that I could
not stand upright. A druggist recon
- (ended Chamberlain's Colic Cholera
. and Idarrhoea ieinedy. The first. (lose
reieved fine and within two days I was
as well as ever." "Many druggist.s re"
ointn'd this retniedy because they
know that it is reliable. Obtainable
> r' tiie an(d just outtside the incorpo
rate linits of the city of Ei l'aso.
Mir. ielIaion's hospitality was iullch
at; reciiited by the letrtl y !'runt the
Siuth ('auolh1a entp, 'mnd le ,owed
i thenm lutore of 1il 'asi iIn one after
.0r01 1,11an t!:y would ha-e '',n in
thettselves in onte week.
The arrival of the Ohio troops on
Sunday aftetsion created a good deal
of interest aItolg the 'aliiietto boys.
Tlie Ohioans cate clod- by the Pat
st opped htere for seve rat iites11 '. Onie
of the Pailittto boys wvas sittintg atop
ai box ('arI, wich stood onl a side Itra(ck
Cls by5 th' le Oi o tral i, whieni one0 o
the11 pitvattes infOinedi the Sotubii Cario
liian~ that "\\'e are front Ohio,' to
repilied: "\\'ell, that's ino worse iitlace
intiortiit'd t' (hio, boys: '"You've
t'layedi 1 now." The Oii boys
w'oIl d ihardlyi3 believec thlis, for the
saId it was1 'l in at th' nIoblizationl
ar'e threeC leg i llentIs frotn Oio, under01
ate ('nittted near For't filiss, holw
gadle is expec1'tedl to r'eachl herte froin
Othio, antd in addition11 tilerie is [our i bat
I Ioifps or ('avalr'y three'i li('id htos
pitals, two alnhilan(''c~t toianies anid
Ohio I i'lpsi are part of th lith b vi
lt'r -I 0'('lcek, Ithe SouithI ('aro4ila ('anip
wa'aakne by thIilecl n
(180.6 with one, wo,
di get i ou the (1 ah
- a L f ,1 9 v. .9 IE'Jj I i11-li.I 4Ij 1tl
iIEATS WlIFE TO DE:ATH[
WITH STOCK OF (41N
lius.innd ~i.,eaes Note ('onfessii
Norfolk, Va., sept. 10. --Sheriff A.
In. (rrett, of Ilertford county, N. C.,
I oday brotght to Norfolk the first
nie ws of the atrocious Itlurder last
'I'hursday* morning of Alrs. laeltoy 'T.
White, residing near Windsor, J.HerI ie
('ounlty. Mrs. \Vhile was beaten to
death by i er husband with the stock
of a shotgun. \Vhen the body of the
wVomitn Was discovered in the hone
seven hours after the crime It was he
ing cried over by the three year old
son of the couple. A. note left by
White, in which it is declared that he
acknowledged the crime, is held by
the coroner of the county. S'heriff
Garrett camo to Norfolk to conduct a
search for White, the sheriff of 13er
tie county fearing to leave the scene
as there are threats of a lynching
should White be caught.
Mrs. White was 26 and White 27
years old. ''he young wamon is a
member of the Mountain family, one
of the best known in eastern North
Cauolina, 'nd her estato is va!ued at
$10,0-10. While was manager of the
properly. The motive for the crime is
The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
Decause of its tonic and laxative effect, IAXA.
TIV\' tI DROMO QUININ1E ik better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
ri nging in hie'd. Renmember the full nme and
look for the signature of E. W. GROVE. 25c.
Said a father
"I paid big r
"hand me do
they were cal
"And now f4
you can fit i
a suit that]
And then we remind
same sort of care ai
'skill that had transf
horse chaise into th<
to-day, had made
the splendid shapely
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company in the state with a Million Dollars Capital.
Heavy Mercantile lines in the City of Lat.ir ns a
specialty. Can write c -lztrv d we} ii, n ThiLaurens
when ocupied by ow er -md not morl aed. Auto
mobiles when lnared whrS.a* r; ncmbered.
See me betore placin your insura ee.
J. J. ADAMS, Agent.
Laurens National Bank Buiading. Laurens, cuth Carolina.
Contain no acid and thus keep the leather soft, protecting it against
cracking. They combine liquid and paste in a paste form and require
only half the effort for a brilliant lasting shine. Easy to use for
all the family-children and adults. Shine your shoes at home and
keep them neat. THE F. F. DALLEY CO., Ltd.
lfT K Buffalo. N. Y.
KAEPYOUR SHOES NEAT
the other day in our store
ny boy in
looks like .*
Le, Ne w
ed him that thei :.k
aid thought and
ormed the one
a racing car of
f the past into;
garments of the sftlu!. Sterit
rt or cloihes and'ir :'