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You Need a Tonic
There are times in every woman's life when she
needs a tonic to help her over the hard places.
When that time coies to you, yon know what tonic >
to takle-Ca;rdui, the woc:nan11's ide. Car-dui is comn
pscd of p eily v\ ta 'ills, which act
Sen''.y, yet surly ,. o e :J woanly organs,
and helps buid i h e lk to stn th and health.
It h's henefited th1 is 1i and lmnsalids of weak,
ailin ; wonil in its . st half ee:ury of wonderful
success, and it will d the same for you.
Y ou can't make - mistake in taking
The Woman's Tonic
" Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.,
says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth,
for women. Before I began to take Cardui, 1 was
so we, ,k and niervus, and had such awful dizzy
spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and
as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything."
itaking Cardui today. SoYd by all dealers.
Has Helped Thousands.
Thrift Is Power
Japan's ambition to be
a world power called i
forth an imperial edict
telling the people to
In three years, since
1912, the number of
Japanese with ac
counts in savings
banlis has increased
to 20,655,830, one
half the whole pop
f In the Upfited States today,
only 19' out of every hun
dred persons have savings accounts.
Saving is a duty you owe your country
as well as yourself.
One Do//ar Starts an Account!
The Enterprise National Bank
N. B. DIAL, President C. H. ROPER, Cashier
W. U. Wilson
Announce the arrival of goods
for Fall and Winter wear. They
embrace Silks and Wool Dress
Fabrics, Spitings and Dress Ging
hams, Table Linen, Hosiery and
A complet 'lne of Notions, in
cluding the iatest sye nlde
Neckwear. sye nlde
Scarcity of goods and rapidly
advancing prices are business con
ditions and it will be the Ipart of C
wisdom to make early purchase?.$
W. G Wilson & Co. $
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('11 ":- 'nc' t r-'n'm N E c i '. 8 : , a ..,. rin d W t hi ren'' 1 g illwl(
pdy ioney ana ' ,t ed U .r C. I he ir- a grown1--up::,. -\ t you drug' I igist, 'ar,,
F.IEW STO(K SHO0 .
t y \\'n, I1. S. *
* * * * 9 * * A e * 9 B 9 S a
F'airview P'resbyterian .he'reb i-is si(
uatedt ill the soulheasteIll pi t of
Grecel\ ilte coliity, twenty liils he
Iow lite city. Th is coll. luiity \\a1
-;Cettled% by Sc"otch 1 Si t peopeI, 1'r(411
tile Ian tiof Scotia. Tht' \\:'rt' thri ly.
enlergetic and liberty 10, illg fa i, I . .
They k0011 olledtti nice far iii on Ih
high table lands, lying htiwer l keedy(
river adii lKabul eek. it was natinr
al for the n to ili'odtle tile culstolis
of the old country. One of theil, the
otilty or locai air, which has been
successfully 'a ilried llIt for thit' 1.-t
twenty-n ine years. on the last Friday
of the muonth of Septeniber. It has ail
ways beeni "said" that Friday u as an
unlucky day. It has not proved tree
with the siock show. Not, a single day
has been lost by had w(eathler. The luost
ilmportant ilestions to be aniswe'redI is
this, has t' I welly-nline years of
lleeting of this agriultiral sociely
heit la 'ai hlnelit to the linss of our
p~eoide. Ilave th1.y ilupro.ed lin Carl
ing. D)o they inake beltt'' crop.- t th1
acre'" lio they have" let ter siock o1
all kinti'' Ilo they have better se lii
and huriil' s? If I ll these art 11 14',.
tieli tho it' ha leti-i a gli:t i a nc'eitt
Int 11! till :ill linles, \\ith our' 1"ilil'vit'\\t
fa 'll l's .
It' sie iti4 tet'i lil'e oef slih lit'tilugs
are high ly benii'liciai to tIhe Ipeoilte .
.ItIin. tae'( to face. aill diseussing
ierois. the raisin of stotk. the plat -
ili of ot'chal'ds, lhe sowiig of grasses.
and( alIl kindlred suthjieets, w ill sulrely
iore thia pay for all lost Itile atnd
4'4tnltls' il silih fairs. Our wollieli vill
SreaItly gni'(or the 11 1-4 iWg of their sil
ters, Th dtisettlission ill the lantl 11
of their garlens, the raising of pou11
iry, ItIe Ilo (wer yard. t e lcaking of but -
Ie'r. ti ' h e (arming of fr'il l Id the :iti
lii li' tl it'i childe it \v ill I lie a -
i :,y tn e 'it by the ( ( \ hange(i of \ ivw .
I it a;I Ilra it al. Ilt' fair olt' l
oli l i r i \\ ti i ity , ilu file w .1a I h
acteroll 1,.iit ihills fol' lIla il t ini11(1
th'I 1t'r la It hi ge' r tini e. llt'Ir is ~~n'
1 'l tt hi' ili f' to (o :lg s fo ne (lIy.
.1 (1 i ' I ttve y 1 1n lithat w nlied to b lu e'
sell :to k, would li I I :' i oi k aI dlt
:anil of iro1s to th( 'a ir, I t int4k it
woll d l a(ill re tly, Il lilt ' th iphliiilIiielill
'!le lair. 1 oii w\01lt ! e i:1\e to all lhi 4t
?l."' alt' l- illy e 't i :1 the 1111 all; I
. it' ( Islr hit 1 j a111 <i i tin 1
xcelled by our rural pioluttistiel inl t
(I(}1 tf 'e C''e Iition alid lel N t io l ;tt 11' "
I-'airview s:tiwk .show',. P-or daysV -the lit
ilt 1e1o4le are talking ahou the1 tri.
ittil' cltier at li litking 4 I t r itia
for al ea rly st'tit, sollie i ilnesi ill th
lI:1st I the fosur home t ' :1w!(11~ \\<'re
111!(wh ho.\ tilled1 for dinn11 1. , o b the
Ithi ('rnck of <lay the~y c'onhi Ins ofT. I
hae known l parties to be nIt the
gruutis by aylighI. Iy high twel11 vl
\\ h ia :1 sight it is. to el, t hin is I twie
ti'a:lsed1 1411aund the 4't1l1i show lriena
ligt t'ad 1 tit d(' , I 1a tlin l for honlt
loing a~hot tht k oS (f all5 kinde. a'si
the ael' hihin- t the ig, and('tt
viewin the.114 drivIn lif hi ftil hor si'
lltlof the 'It' sit'eis ad thlegralcefu
rtiding is teyon tt4I' it.ih 15 ,li'.
Iyouit wilt'l say. 4m11r wagon' huge''s and
altolil~es tarkl d 41 I S~tIee isl than
yol ter llookedl IIl'Cl atelor'. Ill aks a
eIited114 4olklna rii4 un ll~eilrltii1
t .he t e l eep ar track fill it 1 the 1
liope it. (' etW i lind ou't. ((1 at
Another grea in ttractio tIs the(.
biidn ih alfl hehhand lrk if th
hides cos b th n ro fpolr
F.ANS OF NATIONAL CAPITOL
i.I1asi nDe of' Most I'litiushastle. Saim
1eaI~nnn's itabblit Foot Onl'y 'IThingt
Th'lat Sale': wenators,
l~y '. ii. McGowan,
W., shin gton. Sept. 12. --.\ day or Iwo
a1( v. !it the \\ aslingtoni atid Boston
! a ( IItl;1m11 were hitcheti Ip in a
fay, witii \\'ait ' .loilsoil oil the
ilialI geliilg 'illi over with lightning
;ttl, and witli ilthe Ileaneaters light
Vnt 1very iinch of the wa y for Ameri
i'tn league honors::, one of the (istin -
:1 iiheul illen 1 atcsent was Iohe-t
litsiti, secretary of state. ' there
Were other high lbilic officials also.
T'here were Admiiral Samuel \c(low.
a11 of (te navy-, .lIitge .\Iartin P. Knappl
of the United States circuit court, doe
tors and lawyers and diplom als-mtuny
of theml, in that big irowd of 1A,1)tl
.\hlb it the time the t wo teallis had
finished their warining u10. M\r. lN I
lliltg apitroacheii Ithtiligk t box. 'there
Itliian is sttiioned to get (The elll
towaird Ihi' dollar boxes first, thent
Ihi 5 enlt seats, lihtit the half doliar
p ices. iii is spiieler I it' it seeltary1
of state onlitig. "This way, lr. iec're
tary," he said. (1 a box fori-a dol
ia' a ll1 to t otl lin . No irow itt'it. iii
er tlhing nice ilS epiet."
"Yottig fiallow," the se rt' ary salti l
"I do not want a box by myself. I do
not itant to be t iet. That , is not
what I value here for. F urtherlnore,
I il'n not \l . S cretary here. I want
to set' te4' gaine (ust. like erybodly
rse, so if you w11ill giv'e flue I 7.3eenft
seat I Will Ihanki you."
'T'hen his prenier eahin ot tue tiuber
11h4 linan v.ho deal) with the intriente
reltionshii h tI wen11 the 'ni ed lates
ilnid forei r contries --this g reat
I:-et e " ali r j(toyt i fedl the go in. with
g 10.0( othe 11it t a 5, eating 1(eed IIto anxd
;ow and then roasting the uuinpire
.t hen he unve a had decision atgainsl
the I ne C'ntC.
1 Two thlings ;are well knann in thi
;: ni it t an in \\'ashlin I Ivr t ro. I
Ihat .\ iia .\le(;ow an hil jiin taI,
i..11( a g-i me wi houtk a rabfbit foot
al it h!' ildi Foo01 If a gravleyarld habbit.
in'ied in the (lark of ti. heardofn by ta
''' ll " ti T lle -'1' i: the o ter th a n -
I . .\ltgotta) and lse rabbit loot aire
I ie \\l's in( is ih igu h ty bottue to
m r \'. Well. at the gfine an ia or 1wo
aIg, lit liiOhly Walter .ohnson h a i
; n t Ii tI c l ct' f li t It It two Io one om i t
..1du i r n etib 'rt i unllell( : il( it. Thena
("1 o; .\ll . .\tI hly sw a f' tr lis 1go ol(1
Is Ia!l Sitation'. ".\it rlal .I" h said
"'i here is ioti rahhit fool ? '
l'' r o l(< e in r his lile this Outli ('aro
lina naval o ver had forgotten his left
hied fool of at gtl raveyIardli rabbil. ltn0
he is at quick luan1, usedI it doing things
in t lurri Whether i t is coaling a bit
hafttleship. otlr11t~unn i t storin off Ilat1
1en It, or lietilg out t Ship for a cruise
ol foreign tlers. Withi lightling like
.\ie N he i' lled to a teleltone, In
it lrond he had hi, club nanager (n
Ii ulher endf l n l .v. ' Ire .,"b th.. r;i...
A Scant ' Full Tblespoon
A scant tablespoon of Luzianne goes ex
iactly as far as a big heaping table
spoon of a c caper coffee, for you use
only half nuch of Luzianne. That's
so posi4ely guaranteed that if, after
usin 'n entire can of Luzianno as
dirced, you are not entirely satisfied
w its economy and goodness, your
rocdr, on your say-so, will gladly
L rpturn your money. Write for our pro
Reily Taylor Co. New Orleans
.11 99 1111 1 11 m. 1 991 / ' :,1 0.,I ,9.,lllllll lllll "
Pure Slood means Perfect Health
TRAD $ MjARK IJ
Will t ke Your Blood Pure " * )
,TheSwift Specific Co. .s". ;. .
\X-1 ATLANTA, GA.
Fivestr.ng compaies, regularly liscensed. Only
comlnl;) in th state with a Million Dollars Capital.
Heavy Niercantile lines in the City of Laurens a
specialty. Cap write country d wellings near Laurens
when oc-upied by owner and not mortgaged. Auto.
mobiles yhen insured when new and unincumbered.
See me before placing your insurance.
J. J. ADAMS, Agent.
Laurens National Bank Building. Laurens, South Carolina.
If You Anticipate
Buying flour, get in touch with us
over long distance 'phones. Day
'phones 821 or 822; night 'phone
478. We pay all calls.
If a man worth one Million
Dollars called on you and you knew
it, he would get your attention at
We represent several Million
Dl lars/in flour Mills, and it will
par y( to consider usbef ore buying.
We ,Represent the Following Mills:
Hopkinsville Milling Co., Hopkinsville, Ky.
Nashville Roller Mills, Nashville, Tenn.
The Wright Milling Co., Bluefield, W. Va.
Blumont Milling Co., Blumont, Va.
Oxford Milling Co., Oxford, Ohio.
Eldred Mill Co., Jackson, Mich.
Cumberland Valley Milling Co., Nashville,
D. A. Stickles & Son, Hagerstown, Md.
Kelley Milling Co., Kansas City, Mo.
Northwestern Mill & Elevator Co., Toledo,
Laurenceburg Roller Mills, Laurenceburg,
Ceenv ii, S.C.
S. oore, Mlgr.
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