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When a cold hangs on as often hap
pens, or wIen .\ ou have hardly gotten
over one cold lefore you contract an
other, look out for you are liable to
contract some very serious disease.
This succession of colds weakens the I
system and lowels the vitality so that
you are much more liable to contract
chronic catarrh, pneumonia oi' con
sumption. Cure your cold while you
Can. Chanberlain's Cough Remedy
has a great reputation. It is relied
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We have 250 acres of
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fine for oranges and grape
fruit which we will sell at
an attractive price and on
if 'you want the best,
Mrs. John McFall,
419 West Ivaini St.
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to be one that isges cl lalual e
co u onqu d.~ci A cold is
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Ser It means stagnaun.
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0.\EVl1l1E NEWS. *
Oakville, Oct. "0.-School opened at
his place this morning. A good at
endance, both pupils and patrons, with
milling faces, met to welcome the new
eachers. We are expecting a success
The rick of our community are ret
)ortcd better. Miss Catherine Pinson is
etting on tine, and Miss Fay Odell has
tbout recovered from a recent spell of
Miss Nora McDaniel and mother
pent one day last week in Laurens.
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Teague spent Sat
rday night and Sunday with their I
nother, Mrs. Bettie Reid.
Miss Laura Brown and brother, Bee,
wpent Saturday night with their sister
ind family, Mrs. A. 1. Boyd.
Messrs S. M. and .J. 1). Williams re
uently visited their sick kinsman at
Mrs. A. 1. Boyd and twin daughters,
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B.
Brown one day last week.
Mr. J. R. McDaniel attended services
it Mt. Pleasant Sunday.
Our young people are looking for
ward to the play which will be at
kom schoolhouse Tuesday night.
A FAIR PROPOSITION.
We can not recommend a more sat
isfactory remedy for rheumatism than
Guaranteed to give relief or money
refunded. Sold only by us, 50c and
Eureka Drug Co., Laurens and Watts
f ort or
Johnson the Tailor.
A recent article in the News dealt
with the Iaurens tailor who afterward
became President of the United States,
Andrew Johnson. It was learned in
Laurens yesterday by a visitor that
much is yet remembered there about
ils tailor shop stood on the public
sqluare, facing the courthouse, and just
a few yards from what is now Gov
ernor's Cooper's law office. lenry
Simpson, of Laurens, has preserved in
good condition a coat which was made
by Johnson and manifests the good
quality of his workmanship. In the
Bolt family is a quilt, one square of
which was sewn in by him. With his
needle he wrote his autograph there,
thus proving the falsity of the school
histories which declare that Johnson's
wife taught him to read and write, for
he was not married until long after he
left Laurens. The local conservators
of history and tradition are unanimous
on the point that Johnson was not il
literate at that period.
The young woman of that city who
rejected Johnson's offer of marriage
was a Miss Word, who married a MIr.
Hance, who was a Northerner by birth
and a saddler by profession. She had
a number of notes written her by John
son, perhaps expressive of his tender
sentiment for her, but it is not known
whether any of these still exist. If they
do, they have high value on the auto
graph market. It is said that some
time after the war ex-Governor Perry
delivered an address in the Laurens
court house in which he referred some
what critically to the fact that Miss
Word had rejected Johnson and ac
cepted a Yankee. The story goes that
Miss Word, then Mrs. -lance, was very
much incensed at the utterances and
vigorously defended her decision, evi
dently not at all regretting that she
had declined to become the wife of a
future President. Mrs. 1ance has a
number of descendants in Iaurens in
the Crews, Bolt and other families. We
have been informed that the tailor's
goose used by Johnson is still in the
possession of a IAurens family.
South Carolina has been the home
of three Presidents. Andrew Jackson
was born in this state and spent his
early years here. Johnson lived at
Laurens several years in the formative
period of his career. Woodrow Wil
son as a lad was a resident of Colum
bia and there went to school.-Green
in of IN
AT IDLE HOUR FRIDAY
"Undine", Among the Most Important
and Attractive Photoplays of the
Sleason. Regular Admission Prices.
Among the most important and at
tractive photoplays of the season is
"Undine", a spectacular production, in
spired by the fairytale of the same ti
tie, written by Pierre De La Motto
Foquet, which is to be the attraction
at the idle Hour theatre on Friday.
The producer, hlenry Otto, found that
the scenario submitted by Walter
Woods did not follow the writen tale
very closely; a fact that was greatly
to the advantage of the screen produe
tion, for the original story could not
well be exactly translated to pict ures.
There is enough of the tale aplpro
priated, however, to keep the theme in
tact. Ilerthelda, daughter of a fisher
man, is stolen, and left to roam in the
enchanted forest where she is discov
I ered by the iuke and Duchess who
adopt her as their own child.
Because her mother had commit
ted the sin of falling in love with a
mortal, Undine, the child of the sinful
communication, is sent to earth by
Queen Uinda to atone for her mother's
errors. Undine is found on the beach
by the fisherman's wife, who quickly
accepts her as a gift from heaven to
replace their own child who had been
Fifteen years pass. Iiuldbrand, a
brave knight, in love with Lady Her
thelda, is sent to the enchaited forest
to explore Its mysteries and return to
the Castle to receive his reward.-Lady
iHerthelda's hand. lie comes to the
fisherman's cottage, meets Undine,
fals qiuk-kly in l')ve w!th her and is
'married by a shipwrecked priest,
whom Undine has rescued from the
Rejoicing in his new happiness,
Huldbrand takes Undine to the Castle.
Amidst the ceremonies of rejoicing a
messenger from Queen Unda appears,
tells Undine that her mission on earth
is complete, and Undine returns to
Fairyland. Then Huldbrand and Lady
Berthelda renew their troth and the
Director Otto took his large com
pany, headed by ida Schnall, who plays
Undine, to the Catalina Islands, Cali
fornia, where beautiful and natural
settings of forest, seashore and ocean
were at hand to provide scenes for
some wonderful photography.
The incidents in the realm of Queen
I their ti
V- costs m
use it a)
linda will ie found particularly
attractive. There are a score or
maidens, clad mostly in wisps of sea
weed (when they are not encased in
nature's bathing suits) disporting
themselves in the sea and upon the
sands. Fancy swimming and (living
feats are among the "close-ups," the
most sensational plunge being made
by Miss Schnall who precipitates her
self into the sea from a measured
height of 130 feet.
Beautiful spectacular effects are ac
complished by photographing the dane- t
ing nymphs among the grottos and fan
tastic arches formed by the rocks of
the rugged coast; the scenes in the
enchanted forest are beautiful with
another grandeur, and as a composite
of land and water picturing "'ndine"
is an artistic success, independent of
the various sensational features in
which the fairyphotos abound.--Adv.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIV nROMO Quinine. It stops the
Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.
Druggists refund mooney it it fails to cure.
y. W. GROV1yS signature on each box. :Sc.
ad of c
rget that a coffee cheaper
zianne in the end actually
ore, for you are guaran
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ie. It is guaranteed to
ou, too. Buy a can today,
I according to directions,
you are not satisfied, if
not dead certain it has
ice as far, your grocer
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rThe readers of this Maetr ;t III ho
pleased to learn that (here Is at least one
dreaded disease I i.. t selonee has beet
able to cure In all Its slng s., and that is
Catarrh. Ha'il's ;ataruth Cur. is the only
poJiive curd now Iteiwn to the i eclte~t
fraternity. (atarrh behg a constitutiona.
disease. rettuli a i nst itutional treat
ment. Hali's Catrrh (*twoa. l taken in
terraily, acting directly upont the bleoot
andtit nueous surfaes ofi the tysteom, there
by destroying the founidalinn of the dis
csii, anicad giving the p.ctient strength hy
buie'tg up the constittion and akestating
lature in dinig its worik. 'The propriet'ers
have so mouch faith In 1Ice cicrative pow
ers that they offer One lianidred Dollars
for any case that It falls. to cure. Send
for list of tentinonials.
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Take liall'n Fe uly P111 for rer.ctipattor
Pi'ne-Tar iteneies a ('A'ld.
,Dr. Bell's Pine-Par-Iloney contains
all the soothing elements of the pine
forest. It heals the irritated niem
brane, a-nd by- its antiseptic properties
loosens the phlegm, you breathe easier,
and what promised to be a severe cold
has been brokeni up. For that stuffed
up feeling, tight chest or sore throat
take a dose of Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar
Iloney and prevent a wearing, hacking
cough dragging through the winter. At
your druggist, 25c.