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LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA
A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE
CATHARTIC AND LIVER TONIC
LAX- Fos i-i not a Secret or Patent Medi
cine but is composed of the following
old-fashioned roots and herbs:
BLUE FLAG ROOT
MAY APPLE ROOT
In LAX-FOS the CASCARA is ilproved by
the addition of these digestive ingredi
ents muaking it better than ordinary CAs
CARA, and thus the combinlation acts not'
only as a stimulating laxative and cathar
tic but also as a digestive and liver tonie.
Syrup laxatives are weak, but LAx-FoS
coimb)iecs strength with palatable, aro
matie taste and does not gripe or disturb
the stomach. c, One bottle will prove
LAX-FoS is invaluable for Constipation,
Indigestion or Torpid Liver. Price 50c.
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rapg chc eaed hencovder
Iv eay hafetury Dr.d Koing
on r igsNew Discovery hsbe h tn.
ratrd meybfracougs and cold, laxa
ivuen oualty. peltho gerolin, he
fraw oug stra.ined00.0 toa i
laene, thae h sti-anudl, thul
inasing ycar; e$s,.0 mthe ringdtin
years $2erly0 maf eturinr.tKwng'y
ewsco$,ery0 haenthrin sthirdy
cerid ed for conespar coldt, forh
aoldunbd yonhtall drugnstsI.I.
lRumbert, Cotinaty Supervt(aio, inaron
Cort fose, . C. ItttOids oa wi li p
relne n th liothd day . of Aly t, 19 17,
beornn Tergt eer ved: 1 -pi toII re
annum or all :nbidna.y..il
1Thand isanold 1saying ,thttat "Nat ur
ers, t dottjo at tein fe"lbt asl
eerson knowst~t you nnhNat ur I g e
yers; much andt.~ atrb enabl it Ito-I ef
fCct r e 5 *~in much a les tim tha is
-es.l ealied. hs is'C~l pat iulary
Remtfed chieek th oe ngr liqutlof the
filoghi muuid aidIsPIt it xto.
ion, allay the Counn at 'Stl'idsl Nat ren
-rton the sysr 1 te o ia 'healthy
E NTElT.I NEI) BY 31tS. MILLEI
Enjloy.able .WNessfion (of Daughters lleld
Cross.- 111ll, April it. T e11. W. Intil
chapter. of 1the l'. 1). C. held its regular11
.necotin hg oil Friday afteriooni at th1e
beaulltifill home of .lrs. .1. 11. .Iiller. An
unus1i.umally large attentdanice was, real
i.ed. The parlor and library, which
ie :-e heatt Ifully decorated wilth lilnes
and pot plans. were thrown Into oneI
--to accoinmilodate tIhe iany gtuc.i
About 3:30 o'clock, the ieeting Was
cnlled to order by the president, 'Mrs.
.1. 0. Dentmy. T'e I-oil enll anid min11
utes were rutd by the secretary, after
whiclh a very interesting prograit was
reindered with Iluch success. The so
(iety adjoirned and the guests were
then Invited into the spacious dining
roomn, where they were seated at six
tabtles- lovely in t heir artistic decora
liens of dog wood blossoms aniid south
"ll wOOd-hineV, d isptlayinug the oo('(11:
:Wicitne of the Ilited Daughters of the
Con federacy. A deIliciots ice cou'Se.
which also carried out the satei col
or seslivieit, was s erved by rls. 1,,.
Noffz and .\lisses idalia llollingswotli,
1,izzi riyson and P1nma 1 owe.
'he hostesses for this occasion were
Mlr;. .1. II. 'Miller, Mirs. It. T.Ho in s
worth, Airs. 11. Noffz. Misses I dalla
llollingsworth and Lizzie Bryson.
.lr. and Airs. iobert. Eptintg of New
herry were visitors in Cross lill Sun
Iliss Idalia lollingsworth, a dllI
gate to the 1'. D. C. convetnion , to
ineet in Newberry April 20, will leave
it hrsday for that place.
.\liss Sara Dwight, teacher in the
'ro.s i ill school, spent file week-end
in Ninety Six with friends.
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- i ic n :( a ;tr.\u .lhn an '
t -e.eiooh' \ner nIpaiens Frlay.wt
rebitivs hee. ie ..t4 ls ei
.\l:etiiss aila Wtirko'(e k is e d at lofew
Severali rpn hthi vacatitt wttIinh-d
ha ret S. .ltr auin .\I is. T.X I'. l'ool',
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4 i' IC\ENE,
hlr ilenne, Apri lIi.-I lu rian
school w.ill (lose iliriday night, April
21,. The (losinig exercises willI begin
at ?S o'c lock. The publI c Is cordiallIy
invited to attendl.
.\ir. and .\rs. lRex Yountg and little
.\lildred, are '.isiting relatives in the
.\liss lessie 1%arl e Pat terson spen t a
fe w daiys in (ireenvil w.1Ic'ithI friends
the Past week(.
Miss ltva Simpson, who has heen
w.orinlg in ('linitoni is spendinog her
v.acat ion with Mrs. A. P'. Young of this
Mrlin. Samiti Young spent the week
end at Newberry with his brother, .Mr.
The teachers andl so~me of the puils1
enjoyedl the school fair at Lauren Pont t
.\I rs. 1l iza bethi Nabhots andi (Ia ughi
totrs, .\l isses lizzie lielle, '.\innie and~
I Ia~nna \'abhors, spentt thle day en .9t ni
dlay w ithI Miss I i(idle Simpson50 at Cl in -
.\lris. (Chandlecr anld .\liss (lert rude
Chiandier and Mr. Clarence Copeland
of Cliniton dined with 'Mrs. .i. F'. Whit
mire on April 15th,
s mna rrnoannr mannn Je M , JO
A 1tEAL SPAlWTANJIUR WELCOME
Stnuilny School Workers to be Given
lRoyal Time att the Meeting iI May.
11Spartanlutirg, April 1.-Plans are
utnder way for extending a real Spar
tailblirg Welcome to the httn1(red(s of
dle,,gates that are to atletld the State
Sunday oAlool Convention in Epar
tanburg, May 1, 2, 3. The Nntertain
men1t Coni tt(e,. with I,. W. Perrin as
chatuan, 5a buSy al work securintg
hc .:nn :or tl loast 1,200 out of town
deleate l. eduly oft registeriig
and a.'s.signing the delegates to their
homes Is llaced upon liloc'e L. to
mar, chairman of registration commit
tee. As such a great attendance is
expeCted, th1e delegates are re(u'ested
to register In advance of tie conven
timn by -nding to 'Mr. Botmar their
naille and check for on1e dolar as regis
tration fee. This wiI facilitate the
work cf tile committee, it Is said, and
file delega Ites will mal.ke su1re of hav
I ing a hliole roserved flr himself. Spar
tanburg expects to Irnimisl free (Ii
Cilient to alt registered dele
It is ann ttn ed Ihat t1he convention
heru iuarerswill b h 111. irst Batptist
(ehttreh. The general sessions of tIl
conlventionl will b10 hold inl this chiltreh
ach m1 IIonling. Thie night sessions
will be lldd In Coinverse college audi
torion, that will seat at east 2,50 0
Il0tle. In additlion to offering tile alu
diitoriumi11 for the convention, (te Con
verse ('ollege authorit ils have re
<(pested the privilege of entertaining
(i Ing the convention all former stll
dents of that IstI tution.
Wit hin o1e more week all necessary
arranementIs will have been col)
pleed, it is ( believed. for making tills
Ile .ri-vatesl Sunl1day s1hol convel
tion 5ver hIeld Ill tlho st:te.
ACIDS IN STOMACH
SOUR THE FOOD AND
'I Ni hul'1t'inI' liil--.or n.y
-' i i I bl i n '. in n ite s l
I-) \ I d o l i
- I I ; - <' id ;1n t ri! Al .:t
n i d;n
vi i I:u -
b. ii: .\. il .l ib l're inent splej41 .
a li i : ,II inv iisto at .
* ho ittisIpIicesiright.
8- 1. & ' I'' W I.im & CO.I''I
l'o ridal ast. lar sin N g h u
resuits in ie day
(~.w ns y u t Ir ('a isian ~sage
l'tei rsk It will I urely stpih
wiirten 2 tl i ofi i in f ul es lt
obandbyuigla sa ag.l-.
nI owuglre in lteilsn beautil hiair.
ltr whoP 11 ( have~ ha1(ji ,dandruffi fr
yeas 2andI the1 tea iv' l~ai ad sagy
theyS'sv lhad a lean, ' ha lhy' scal afeyOlr
Nlc o watere whethe tyou sad bothey
w'ithi falling haIr, gray hair, singy,
illhing sealp, try Parisian Sage today23
onl I his mon01ey bac1k offeru. A Iaruge hsot -
Ii e is Iinexpensiv51 e ait dIrutg stores ev -
('rywhere, andit if your1 hatr is ws~orth
sa1vin~g I 'arisian1 Sage is surei'y 3 ws~orth
nIcul for Liebanon,.
IktSbanon school will (lose Its se's
stonl with al pitenli Friday, Apr'il 2t0h
at Ilabb's Mead1(ows. 'iThe puli is cor01
('ard of Th'lanks.
.\lrI. and Mri sis. 11. i. 'Morgan land faml
Ily join .Mrs. 0. 15. 'Morgain in express5
lng their1 hearItfelt grattude to their
-many1 fIend~s in Laulrens, who1( 5o kind
l' befilended thiem~ In their1 recenit sor
row. May Glod's richest. blessings rest
upon01 eaich andl~ every 0one.
Rultherfordton, N. C.,
Apil iti, 1917.
A manl wIth a freshi shavo and a
hiIrcutt looks ahnlOSt neCw, bIut a wom-l
iln 011n accomplishI the same result
with a pair of curling trons and a dab
of fae nnwem.
AND A PROPHECY
We feel good over the campaign we have waged
these two months in these columns for safe and sane
farming for Laurens county. It has ever been good
doctrine to preach; it was, when we engaged this half
page, of vital importance; it is now, as we think all can
see; a matter of equal importance to the manning and
equipping of the army and navy. In the words of
Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Vrooman: "The
country needs skill, nerve and brains in the furrows
right now as much as she needs them in the trenches."
We have faithfully tried here to show the farmers
the need of making our farms self-sustaining this year.
We believe that plenty of corn, meat, peas, syrup,
milk, butter, potatoes (sweet and Irish), tomatoes,
beans, peanuts, cabbage, etc.. will make us independ
ent of food conditions and food prices this fall and
winter, be our country at peace or war.
We believe that a farmer in debt this fall who can
show plenty of these to live on another year will have
no trouble in getting credit extended.
We believe that the best assurance a farmer can
give next year of being worthy of credit is that he has
Made a. Living at Home This Year.
V be ievl -at the man, in couity or town who
fads to sec th. the biggest question confronting us
itn X.A te qstron of making our own meat am
bread this yeAr, is Very F6olish and Shortsighted. We
donr't know how to put t plainer.
ver-y dekpat meif of the government, fnrm- the
1 Presiden: m: dowh, all branches of business, all our
State officers aA alI sensible and patriotic business
men are urging this course on all our people this
We A re Very Foolish Not to Listen
If prices will warn us look over these, wholesale,
in yesterday's papers. It may not be a question of
prices in three more months.
Wheat $2.85 per bushel Corn $1.85 per bushel
Oats .92 per bushel Meal 1.75 per bushel
Flour $12.55 per barrel
And they reach new high records every day. These
figures~furnish ample warning for a thinking man.
We haive promised to help anybody we can. We
still promise. But we assure you of the fact that we
won't be able to render much help unless Laurens
County will make her own Bread and Beans, Hog and
Hominy this year.
Peoples Loan & Exchange Bank
Enterprise National Bank
Farmers National Bank
Laurens National Bank