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Nature Do It
Don't you see how she is
working to got rid 9f your colds
and catarrh? Tho effort con
tinues all the time, but in hot -
weather you catch a fresh cold
every day or so, add to the
catarrh in your :ystom, and
soon it i:; chronjc.- sytemic.
Your d(st''in ltl~ su .
have trouhe with rtnmm-h ant
ltowelvls. G t at the real d:ease.
Clear up Qatarr', and the other
troubes will di:,yp,. .;
Aid WtL'ith Peru1ina
Portion 1 a, g~ood tonic, wvitht
e-ri~cinl vllicncy i. scatarrhlal coil
treat the catarr,
Siuppl nature with
more in~or, niv e your
eruna hsliner pi
ma o counll hou
an a, the-last
4 4 y ars.
Use it yourself.
Tablet form is very
convenient for regu
THE PERUNA CO.
Citation for Letters of Administration.
,State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
By 0. G. Thompson, Probate Judge:
Whereas Mrs. N. C. Cannon has made
suit to te, to grant her Letters of
Administration of the Estate and ef
eets of J. P. Cannon.
These are therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said J. P. Can
non, deceased, that they be and
appear before .me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Laurens Court
House, Ls lrens, S. C., on the 6th day
of December, 1916 next, after publica
tion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said administration should
not be granted,
Given under by hand this 20th day
of November Anno Domini 1916.
. 0. 0. Thompson,
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Owings, Nov. 27.-The eleventh an
nual floral show was given by the
Royal Floral Society on the 10th of No
It was as usual, a great success. We
were glad to have visitors from Green
ville, Augusta, Ga., Woodruff, Spartan
burg, Clinton, Simpsonville, Fountain
inn and other places.
Miss Lella Templeton spent the week
cud with honefolks. She is enjoying
her colleg9 work at Due West.
Mliss Daisy Putnam is home from
Spartanburg. Miss Putnam has been
with one of the leading millinery es
tablishments for the fall season.
Mr. and \irs. C. C, Drummond of
Lanford were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. 13, Cook.
Miss Goddard of Corunaca has been
visiting Mrs. R. A. Stoddard.
Mr. Roy White and bride of Augusta.
Ga., have been visiting their parents,
Mi. and Mrs. V. A. White.
Mrs. Hattie Culbertson of Greenville
was a welcome visitor at the Chrystan
Mrs. W. E. Cook has beon visiting
her son, J. Broadus Cook.
Miss Eulie Power of Laurens was
in town to attend the reception given
by Mrs. White.
Mrs. Wilson spent the week with
her sister, Mrs. J. Y. Owings.
Mrs. Florence Hunter of Simpson
ville, has been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. G. W. Owings.
IDLE HOUR PIIOORIM THIS WEEK.
Presenting Mary Pickford in
"SUCH A LITTLE QUEEN."
The greatest Comedy Drama of the day
"TiHE IN'NOC NT LIE"
A stirring Drama 6f Adventure with
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Friday- uebird Photoplay
"THE TH E E GO ATHERS"
W111 y Carey.
A Masterpiece of Sympathetic Tender
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"PEG 0' 'THE RING"
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EAT BIG MEALS! NO
SOUR, ACID STOMACH,
INDIGESTION OR GAS
"Ppfe's Diapepsin" Is quickest, surest
stomach relief known-Try it!
Time it! Pape's Diapepsin will di
gest anything you eat and over come
a sour, gassy or out-of-order stomach
surely within five minutes.
If your meals don't fit comfortably,
or what you cat. lies like a lump of,
lead in your stomach, or if you have
heartburin, that is a sign of indiges
,Get from your pla:inaeist a fifty
dont cas.e or P'ape's I itpepsin and take
a dose just as sooti s y'ou can. 'Ther'e
will be no sourt ri nugs, no helchinug of
utndigested rood nlxedi withi acid, no
stomach gas or lieartburn,. ful lnessa61
heavy feeling Jithe stoma,1..-alusea,
debilitating h 9b daches, d(lminess or in
testinal gripli ~g.Thi 11 al go, and~
besides, them w~i i~e no sour food
left over in tllea' mach to poisoni your'
breath with nauseous odor's.
Pape's Diapepsin is a certain cure
for' out-of-order stomachs, because it
takes hold of your foodl and digests itI
just the same as if your stomach
Relief in flive minutes from all stom
anhl misery is waiting for' you at any
These'large lifty-eent eases contain
enoutgh "Pape's Diapepsin" to keep the
entire family free from stomach dis
arders, and indligestion for many
months. it belonigs in your' home.
e on the first
y (590) Acres,
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known as the
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* ANDERSON COLLEGE. *
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The lstherIan Literary society en
tertained the "anters", on Saturday
evening, October 29th tut a delightful
Hallowe'en party. The parlors and,
halls were decorated with witches
riding broomstieks, their attendants,
the black eats and Hallowe'en spirits
and goblings. Pronptly at. eight o'clock
Air. and Mirs. Ghost and their entire
rantily assetbled to greet their guests.
Alter interestin ; gamtes and ghost.
stories, the guests were conducted
th1 rough (,1 dark !ass'ages, up w. !nding
stairs, a veritable "Pilgrinl's Progress"
through :.loughs of despond uintil they
reached the athletic field, where a huge
bon-fire was vainly endeavoring to "sit
by the side of the pale-faced moon."
I l' llowc:'en refreghnents in abundance
were then served, and afterwards the
fantastic figures of ghosts, witches,
bob-goblins and clowns danced widely
around the fire.
The trustees of Anderson College
gave the studets and faculty a delight
ful picnic ait Portman Falls on Wed
nesday afternoon, November 1st. About
forty automobiles were furnished by
the people of the town to take the
girls to the picnic grounds, where a
most delightful luncheon was served.
We returned to the college at seven
o'clock, after having had a very happy
On Thursday afternoon, November
9th, the first student recital of the
year was given in the college auditori
um1. About t wenty students took part
in the programme and the large audi
ence which had assemnbled for the oc
casion showed ta deep appreciation of
the programme, each number of which
was excellently rendered.
The domestic science department of
the college were hostesses at a dinner
on last Monday, November 6th, to the
Saluda Association, there boing pres
ent twenty-eight Baptist muinisters,
who enjoyed themselves to the fullest
extent. A four-course dinner was
Mrs. Emma B. Scearce spent last
week-end at Clemson with Mr. and Mrs.
Miss 'Carol Jordan spent last week
end in Greenville as the guests of Dr.
and Mrs. E. W. Carpenter.
Misses Sara Sanders and Julia Led
better spent last week-end with friends
Miss Annie Anderson spent last
week-end with het' parents in Spartan
$ * $ * $ * $ * $ * $ * $
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Shiloh, Nov. 27.--The Sullivan Town
ship Singing Convention were with us
in an all day singing Sunday. It was
the first singing convention teat has
ever been held at Shiloh church and
dreIv perhaps one of the largest
crowds ever assembled. Almost ev
ery church and townshlip in the upper
part of the county1 wer'e amonig the
v~~i itors. Numbn ers ails Ocame iliC frpi1om
.A bololis1 dliinter t''LXs eiveilb
the' ladies and1( if anyone11 went hun lgry
it certainly was their own fault.
M~ir. 10lliott of 1ilickoiry Taverin, who
is piresidlent of the 'onvenCition, assisted
by Mrs. 10hliott, Aliessr's Gillespie, F'leim
ing and Wrighlt of \Vatts Mill and Cairl
Roper and Mr. Childress of JLurens,
gave a nutmber of beautiful selections,
each a masterpiece of its'elf. Mr'. Law
r'ence Poole of 'Ciross Anchoir presided
at tile or'gan. It was a iraire tieat in
deed, to hear Prof. Poole.
It remnalied for thte six giirls fiomi
Watts Mill to take the~ audience b~y
stormt. They sang a sextet, as the last
selection onl the program. WVe have
always thought hat. "'Shiloh giirls"
were without a rival, biut after seeinlg
and hlearing thle Watts Mill ''chosen
six" we ai'e almost perisuiaded to
chalnge 0our mlinId.
Mr. H-erary llender'sonl is very sick at
tIs wvritiing. We hople lhe will soon be
Mrti. anid Mr's. Pose Nelson wei'e the
guests of .\lr'. and Mr's. .1. F. Gray Sunt
.\ i'. andl Mi's. hiascomb Tumbnlin, of
Ihickory Tlavetrn, were the guests of
M~ir. and .\rs. James Chestein one day
Wer untder'stand that Messr's J1. F.
G ray andi T'owns Cui'iy have each piur
chased a1 netwI Iic k car.
Most of the to.boti Is picked. Now it
seems that the far'tmers will have ihne
to go. huinting "if they have bought
MlERIiAN I" S VJlE AlDVISES
"1 had1( stomiachi trioublIe so~ b~adi
coiuld eat not ing bit toast, fruit tand
hot water. faverythintg else soiursedl
and formned Jas. 'hiethng did( no0 good.
I was mlisetLFle until ttried buckthornI'
bar'k, glycer no et mnixedl In Adller'
1-ka. ONCS ~ J benefIted meI
INSTANTI Because Adler-i-ka
empties hi H large and small intes
title it . relieves ANY 'CA SI cotnstipa
tionI, sour stomach or gas andi pre'vents
appenldicitis. it hlas QUJIGKlaSTi action
of any'think wve ever sold. Eureka D~rug
"I heTn you stwuck Reggy the othah
night. Did you slap hiim?"
"No, I elosed me cwush lint. I held
it !n front of his nose and touched the
spwing. Oh I it was tewwlble.
"Is he strong-iinded?"
"Ys, Mir. In a restaurant he's nevei
Influenced by what he sees the man
next to hin eating."
"That's just wha
CALOEl SICKENS. IT
DON'T STAY 8
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CaloincI uakes you sick; you lose a
lay's work. Calomel is quicksilver and
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If you are bilious; focl lazy, sluggish
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>fl harmless l)odson's Liver lone in
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Your druggist or dealer sells you a
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Purely e eta
WORRY KILL[D TI[ CA1
A Want Ad. Out Another Household Pet.
The feature of Chester
>egin where other cigare
In other words, besi<
taste,Chest rfields go fur
Just like a ong drink of
lies when ou 're thirsty.
And et, Chesterfields
It's hesterfields or no
this ew cigarette deli,
eiga ette maker can cop
fblet -an entirely new
to cs and the bigg<
cigarette blending in 20O3
Give me a package ,of those cigas
C IG AR.
yr Tone" will give you the, $
ansing yOu ever had.
11de r my personal gua rantee that it
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Children gladly talke I)odson's Liver
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i fighting some form of blood disease
Get a bottle of S. S. S. today and avoid
the possitblity of a long siege of bodily
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THERE IS NEWS IN ADVERT1as.
ING COLUMNS THAT BUYERS
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thing if you want
ht, because no
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