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Led to Health By
'p Stoninch 'Tirouble caus.' s am tii 'o
(of ailnments;, anud often result- in (;all
Stomes. Yellow ,.J l ji t , \cmil and
Chroni indigesl p. \pendiA louid
itdipation, .\uto-! r:: N i . ; r -
sure. Fear of I l'i Di);sa.,: .'; a' ant
s'lers of the St unn ttnt m l "4
etc., pie. One do a' of .\l.r's Wond)1111rfuI
Remedy' h1a, proven su' ffl in t i;ho+
andsl .of ecams of x'$01mach, Troublte. Th'i;l
explami its it' enorious sal. ls been
taken and is reeniutn'ndeel by Phyielasii,
'Justice of the Supreme Court. Congre
mlen, Lawyers, Nu"ses, M initrt 1 a i lini
ers, Educators, Ileha nies.---- :robably
your own neighbor. Many own their
lives to Mayr's Wonderful ihteedy.
Thousands say it has saved them from
the knife. Contains no alcohol or habit
forming drugs. FiREE booklet on Stom
ach Ailments. Address Geo. II. 31ayr,
Mfg. Chemist, Chicago. Better vet---oby
tain a bottle of Mnavr's Wonderil Re .
edy from your druggist flow and t - it
on an absolute guarantee. If no atis
Factory, money will be returned.
For sale by laurens )rug Co. and
all other reliable druggists.
'The County Bloard of Commission
ers of Laurens ('ounly will award con
tract for medical atlention at the
County .lall and 'oor Ilouse for the
ensiling year on February 6hi, 1917.
lhyalelanus are requested to itmake
propositions on boths the visit basis
and also on salary basis. lroposition
will be considered oni either one or
both of those institutions. I'rolposi
tions on the fee basis will state fee
for first patient treated on visit and
one additional call fee for teatment
of 'ail other patients r'I'l ling It reat
ment on1 samiie visil, liit 110 case
more than one call fee 1 be charged
in addition to visit fet. l'ropositions
on salary basis will name the amount,
payable quarterly, at whleh the med
ical practice of each of these institu
tions will be done.' In either case the
county to furnish necessary mieilcnes
except such medicines as are ordinari
ly carried and administered by phy
sician at time of visit.
All propositions to be submitted in
writ.ing to the Clerk of the oard oiln
or before Mlonday the 5th day of Feb
rue ry, 1!f 17.
. 11 . Ilumbert.
.t.th r. it.tN anal %IAt.lt A y B.R RY wrote u"
N::. t y 1 t Iarily any hair. but after usingt
r.s.-1 :to S,. Can Dr, t' e red~ts on their pictures
lKinky~I finr cannot lie miade straht.
Yiou have to have hailr 'irfore it cain he
~araightened. Now thiis
saIlnlr C rower whlch feeds the sen..
and roots of the hir and maikes kink
nappy hair grow long, soft and aiky.
'mera dandruff and stops Failingr I lnir nt
once. Prico 25c by moai on receipt of
ue.ips or coin.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHIERE.
Writ' tor P'artientmurs a6 one.
X3(?LEhTO MEDICiNE CO., Atlanta, Oa.
W. G. WIL
Will open this y
the latest shades
In spite of the
ularity in securii
, and the difflicul
-fast dyes, the
found as compl4
der existing co1
New items a
SW. G. W
.1 AILE WS DAUGHTER
IIOLDS MOlt AT BAY
lampton, .1an. 21.-Dave Richards,
a negro of Estill, was taken from the
county jail here last night by a party
from i';still, and aithougl not lynched,
he Was bady beatenl I) andi'eft in the
woods. A(cirding to the negrlo's state
1ent. h1i' life was spared as the result
of thie pleading of one mllemlbe' of ile
TIhe, rep)orts of the affair vary th1ough
lie salient features are substantiated
by a nuiher of witnesses. The no
gro, w1ho, ne(erding to the report, was
dansk1,i, assaulted a \lr. (Glover, an eld
4r ly 11n111. who clerks in the store of
.\arvin O'Neal at -'Estill. last niglt by
dratVing his iistol oil Mr. (lover. The
n4' if) Was arriest ed and taken to the
.il t I !. Later the muayor of
11 .! towi, ilarninlg that a party Was
big, forlmed to take the negro fromn
the al d1(1 lynch hit n, had him re
moved by automobile to the county
jail at Hiainpton. Magistrate's 'Con
stable .1. A. Cook and John 0. Smith
brought him to iiallttonl.
Arriving at the county jail the n
gro was ieitvered over to the jailer,
.1, 1'. flowers. who Proceeded upstairs
to the cells with his Prisoner, lock
ing the front door of the Jail. 'T'hen
one of the men who brought the ne
gro's hat which he had dropped in an
effort to get away. When ie unlocked
the door and went. out lie was ilt by
a party of about thirty-five men, ac
cording to his estimate, who rushed
for the open door.
.11 st as the crowd reached the door.
the jailer's (daughter, who is about 11
years of age, ran into an adjoining
room, grabbed one of her father's )1is
tots, and rushed back to the (ioor', cov
ering the lynching party with the re
volver and declaring that she would
shoot the first one that entered the
door. She held them thus at bay until
her brother, fearing that some harm
might overtake her, took the pistol
from her whereupon some of the crowd
rushed in and went upstairs, ov"
powered IhO jailer, took the Prisoner
and fled in automobiles in the direc
tion of 1Estil.
The young lady thent notifled Sherifi
Lightsey by telephone, stating to hint
that the prisoner had been taken away
by live or six men. Sile stated thal
itwsa "Put up)" game. Th.' sheriff
Left liru1nson, where he resiOdes, for
m11p11tltOi and immediately took 111 it(
trail of the party but was unable it
find out anything as to their where
abouts or the whereabouts of the ne
grI'o. .1lailer I'Ilower's tpeleaded wIith the11
I'l l'party not to lynleh tile negro, afte
they had overpowered him and taken
'oday tle negro was found at an
(ther negro's house a few miles fro
Htliiton. Ile seemed to be still drunl
and was badly heaten. The theory t:
that the Would-be lynchling larty. fit
account'of the fact that the membelr:
of it were recognized by several pee(
pl1 in iiaipton. and as car:s fre
HlSpty, deelded not to kill phe negr
ear'. The negr'o statedl that he0 di
nlot know whio tile memllber's of th
par11ty were. All eyew1itness sta1ted ih~
there were thr11ee aultomloi5le l init
'ar'ty3. 'Thi ne0gro will be gien med 11(
ca21 attenltion and1( broulght black
Hampliton to awaIt trial.-New1s al
SON & CO.
eek a full line of
for Spring wear in
scarcity and irreg
ig foreign Hosiegy, 4
by which domest~9
re having to obtaih4
tock here will be
~te as possible un
dded to the notion I
LSON & CO.J
Lifted Right Off !
Tryl.)- Drops of .Wnttrie "Guets-It".
There's a wonderful difference lie
I weent :gel t ing r.d of a co''n nto% and
the way they Usted to ty' to get rid
of ILi inly four. or !lye yeas ago.
"'(e':-1t" ha: rev ltiIon i.' corl his
to~r'. It's (he only ('0rn remedyv tot!aty
th!at actI:; onl the nl%1 w pr1(inc le, not1
"See? Just 2 Drops of 'Get-It.' Now
Tomorrow I'll Just 'eet 'int Corn
ItIght Oi'- and it's Gone!"
only of shriveling up the corn, but
of loosening the corn ofif-so loose
that you can lift it right off with your
lingers. Put 2 drops of "Gets-I t" on
that corn o ' call s tonight. That's all.
The corn Js c omed sure as sunrise.
No pain, i t ble. or soreness. You
do away 4 'e and for all with toe
bundling I andages, toe-eating salves
and irl'espontsible what-nots. Try i1
-get surprised and lose a corn.
"(els-it" is sold everywhere. 25c a
hot lie or sent on receipt of iltice by
I". Lavrenc e & ('o., Chicago, IlI.
Sold in Laurens and recomtnended
as the world's b:est corn remedy by
Eureat )rug Co.. Powe I)rutg Co. atnd
I.auren I )irg Co.
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*1 1,1TFlt'ITR'E )1' TI'lE SOUTHi. *ld"An ae'
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Dear Advertiser headers:
As time passes tmore and more I feel
that we, the generation that "caine
Just after the war" were not dealt
justly with in our literature. Our
"reading books" were northern made.
edited by northern authors and of
coirse anything of the literature that
had the distinct Ilavtor of the South
was omitted from our school curriew
lum. We had good poet'y in the read
ers that we loved for they are now
closely identitiiled with our childd (ii --
but so fatr as knowing that the Sout h
had any writers of note we we'e in
darkest ignorance. and so today I for
ue deeply regret. it' not altogether
resen, . toy lack of that knowledge. It
is a grteal so1rce of pleasure to me
to know that "Southern literatture" Iar
been added to olt' schools anl tih
children of' today will not have the
lack of what older one; feel Was Ot
right. IiloWevI, ote l.4 not too a!
to learn and so while the .anuary
'rain; heat a;ainst 0he window :1:"11e'
I'm trying: to learn! that of wich 1 we
were delpri led in ealr gould.n day ; a1
iosedale. It is not s) easily teatel
now as Ilen I'll state' Ivery 1p0 1t
in Appleton's ) headers were leartned
by heart and noat one ofr t111t ('lass o
minite I vetutre Iut could4 re4spondi( Cas
ily withI a spteecht today. "Aut 110e
conthded to tue t hat juIst th toathetr da:
she got WhtittIlet's '"aarefoo)t lI y' a
h et' tmind atud whtile site mnade lth
Criochtet tfor wichi( shte Is famitous, re
cIted for her own editleation1:
d"liessitngs on thee lIttle man
hlar'efoot boy witht chtek of tan.''
So well (114 I learn't theml by htear
that. my own children are vcry wel
actiuainted with Appleton's ThtIi at)
Fourzth Iteadetrs. The fortmer held I h
story "Lost in a Balloon" and to kee
this crowd of mine (mide it was bi
necessary to begin "Onne upton a tini
Fanny. Harry and Li1ttle May-"
My dlaughter,. who Is now teachin
in liatmpton County went In thte 1
brtar'y at Winttrop one day to lot
utp somte limpor'tant notes and in hi
search, in thte shelves she foutnd II
Rleader' referrted to-knowing t hat
woutld be pleased,. she wrote tme:
have just had a delightful visit in Il
library with an old and very dei
friend of youirs. You coutld neOv
guess !--Appleton's Thtit'd Read<
''Though I thoutght I was in a hurry
sat placldly' down anti r'ead that bot
through. It's juist as you told
Ma ma. WIll I evet' forget Ithe ithr
with which I uisetd to listent to ''Lost
~ta 1 aloon''., ' espeialy'V' 11 whe lart'y
"'l'y in a baliti hoys,
Sailing artoutnd thle moon.''
And its all there! I :'eadl eve
wot'd And felt when I flnishedl that1
like for' you to kntow htow~ 1 enjoy
The glamor of youth and the qui
ntews to learn'i is not with tme, but
1mean to14 dIg a4wayi till I leartn
'Over te hills of I llaers ama
And down athlroughi thle valIleys
Somte yeats ago it was my ;iensutre
stay a shtort whtie ini Akl Isbur y, N.
As many of you ktnow, there is a >
I lonal eeromtery t here, beautiflrlly It
at thIe nalthon's expense45. I 'often wvi
lie re. It is sur'roundtted by a bri
wall ordrruntt w~ith Ivy. As you en
tmie ren gates a cnnonf geaot be;
ty greets you,- the green suard, the
trees, the rustic seats, make one think
of a park for the graves are not seen
when one first enters. As you walk
down the well kept driveway the first
bend yolt comne to i" a large placard
with these words4 Inscribed In larg;e
"n l''ate's eternal ('al)luig grou nd
Thirsi; lnt tents aie sprecad,
And glory guards with solelimn roun't
The bivouac Vt tilie deal."
Cros, ina a eaautiful ristic bridge
ind'-r w'hi tlows a pretty stre'n l "oil
its clear w;idin.: vay to the sea", as
I in" a :rnt l slope YOU come to
''inher n.1 I}:te titiveway :md .o09
Nor slili yo'tr glory be forgot
\\'hile Vl''au he'r record keeps
On Ilonor points Ily hallowed spot
W\'h, re valor proudly sleeps."
At the summit of the hill--the dead
are Ihere-a splendid monument onl
which proudly waves the stars and
stripes-hundreds of mounds marked
by a small marble stone. Sometimes
no name-tmerely the State and Coin
pany. \ly heart was thrilled as I read
the verses quoted so vibrant with deep
est feeling I (lid not know until later
the qtui .tions were from a poeli writ
ten by a Southerner to commemor.'te
Southern valor. They were extracts
from "The livounac of the Dead" Col
posed by O'ilara, ai native of Ken
tucky. lie was a captain of i colm
panty that went to the Mexican war. At
the hattle of Iuena Vista two noted
regilents. one from l'ii ntlic'ky and one
from .\lississippi bore tile luntt of the
ttack of vastly superior numbers uti
detr ('el. Santa .\lnta. We all know
the Americans won a great victory but
many of the brave Kentucky and Mis
sissippi soldiers fell. When the bodies
of the Kentucky soldiers were sent to
their native state for burial O'Ilara
wrote this magnificent poem to com
memorate their bravery. When he too
died in Georgia, Kentucky appropriat
ed money to have his body brought
to Franksport and placed by the sol
diers whose fame lie made deathless
in his one great poemi "The BIivouac
of the Dead". Get it - 'id read it. Car
any sent liment he finer than this, tih
"Yot marble minstrels voiceless stonc
in (leaIiless song shall tell
When many a Vanished age hath 1liow"1
The story how ye tell,
Nor wreck, ntor chance nor winter'.
Nor lime's rCmorseless doom
Shall dimt one ray of dlory's light
That gilds your deathtles tomb."
CI.EANSES YOUR HAIR
MAKES I T BEAUTIFUL
THICK, GLOSSY, WAVY
Try Iiis! .\ll dandrim disappears n
hair stops L'umin (tit.
Surely try a "tilnderin ' llai
('leanse" if you 'isi to imtmedliatel.
double the beauty o1' your hair. .Its
moisten a (o10th with I lauderine an
dIraw it (anrefullIty I throtugh your- haIh i
taking 0on4 smiall strand at a 1tme: ti
will elhtinse tile hair of dtusi, irt 0
anty excessive oil-in a fe'w *'minte
yioiu will b~e amazaed. Yourii hat' wil
be wavy. ltluffy atnd ahumbint, and por
hess an incomii hirabLlle softnIes, !ulstr1
- anld lu xuiriance.
lesides beaut i y Ing the htpir'. one al
plicat ion of l)andterine diksolves ever
particle of daindruff ;invigorat es tIl
scal p, stopping itegikg anld falIinr
I3an tderine is to the htair what fr'ee
showers of raini and1 sunshine ate
vegetat ion. it goes right to the root
C invigor'ates anid st rengthtens thietm. I
t duintg pr'opertieos caus th Ile ha ir
gr'ow hong, strtong andtt beati Ifiul.
e You cani surely have ptret ty, 50
lustrtouts hau ir, andi lots of it, if you w~
g just get Li 2-.~>-met bhttlte ofi KnowItoi
1. landerinte firomt anty dtrug st ore
k toilei count er and1: try it as dit'rcted.
e Hint for Bachelors.
I "Since I hatve give ~'Inty best thoitg
*to the problemt I have ntl found it I
pe )&ciailly illicuilt to take nre' oft 11
sister-In-Itiw's twio-yea'ur-old1 babiy wht
shel goes shing."uitL,' said t he hacel
Ithant it had mue cidilTi eraly iihfuscult
>k Bitt now~~ I mlleey put1 Ithe dlear lit
ts fellow undtel'ri t tub. wetightedl downt
ill Itat by noi possiIlIit y enn te oi' ver:
i t,t nnil thien go t itoi te barn andl re11
andsok i pace,."--,tudge'.
Mostly of Average Strength.
Since tho generality of persons
from Impulse mutch more than fr
ry.) principle men are neithei' so good I
d'( so bad as we are apt to think them
o th Ias dr
,( As You rce
Owinugs to the raitid atdvance i price
of nea'2rly aill dentatl materlial, ats well
us e'ery other necessity of life, we the
lu:de14r"4silhed dentists are compelled to w h'I 1
rise hie in e of ce ta in kinds of denu
tial work.. For instuhnee: extracting of
Ieeth 11 41 he $1.410 eael, un] atiialgaii
tilltiu's $1.09 to $1.50) eachi. accordilg Good Pintiu"
to size n oitnl C1111It of teetIi.. TPhis
pr ice to 11011 i ood where there are no I t e ss
")(Erte coi lentions. W1here the ner-Ve
toPI4 li11 te i 0tis I11( i'i4~eo Butsin~e ss
is to be removed inl I trii treated,
ne will have to chilarge' i(lecordinPtg toX T t h
ilme (consumed) anad muaterbiu used. 'I'ais t,
newl selhedile ofi fees to take effect Feb. J
Ist. 1917. We tecil It ou1r duty to tp.
prise thei puialel' of wi hat w ' a re eoih(w
to i a d why we are doi t . -
'. I. immderan' , Laurns, S. ('.
1... .(Ilrdden. ('inton, S. ,' . US S
It. o..iohnson, ('Tinton. S. '.
(200. ('. .ilbrig~ht. , La rens, S. 1'. ::::""""
('. .!ones, Lautrents, S. ('..
Love is the Master Key
TIJA T UNLOCKS
"The GREAT SECRET"
The Stupendous Metro Serial in 15 Chapters with
FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN
and BEVERLY BAYNE
Mightiest of Metro Marvels. Begin with the First
OperaHous Wedesda Kine:'14WeDh
II 5c and lOc
Story Begins in The Laurens Advertiser Next Week i
UReBuyer leaves today, and by Satur
ay we will have a car of nice, young,
fresh mules inl our barn.
"Twill be pleased to have our fE and
customers lok thoese mules over before they
... . ...
F. P.&J ES HLRS
da0ewl aeaca fncyug
frsSue.i u an
ODDS AND ENDS
[orFL EMING BROS. '
Friday and Saturday, Feb. 2 and 3
We have a wide variety of odds and
ends in Jewelry, Cut Glass, China and.
Bric-a-Brac which we will dispose of
at extremely low prices. See. them
- displayed in the window all this week
and then come early Friday to get the
I choice prices. : : : : :