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DUE TO POISON
'One Dose of Remedy Sweeps Pain Away
Hundreds of Tiousands RIstored
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy is unlike
any other. It sweeps the Bile and Pois
onous Catarrhal Accretions from the
System. Soothes and allays inflamma
tion in the Intest 'nal Tract-the cause
of serious and fa V&I ailments, such as
Gall Stones, AppcidlcItis, Acute Indi
gestion, Cancer and Ulcers of the Stem.
ach and intestined, Yellow jaundice,
Constipation, Gastritis, Auto Intoxica
tion, etc., etc. In cv ry locality tliere'Are
grateful people who *wo tJeir'omplcte
recovery to Mayr's iwderful Remedy.
Thousands say it lii saved them from
the knife. The most thorough system
cleanser know% n. Contains no alcohol or
habit-forming drugs. FREE booklet
on Stomach Ailments. Address Geo. H.
Mayr, Mfg. Chemist, Chicago. - Better
yet, obtain a bottle of Mayr's Wonder
ful Remedy from your druggist now and
try it on an absolute guarantee. If not
satisfactory, money will be returned.
For sale by Laurens Drug Comiany
and all other reliable druggists.
MAY 9 to 15
Franiels X. Hushmian aind Bev
erly Hlayne In
Chapter 13-" The Struggle"
Four' other good reels.
Fenti t.urg Dlorothby )oInely.
Pathe Gold looster Play In I
Fill lA Y
Ethel Ilayton In
"TlBiONDAG, 014 PEcARl"
Supported by Ilockliffe ellowes,
Arthur Ashley and .John Howeit.
Pearl WhIllte (as Ihe Am'er-en
.Ioai of Act) i ,
"IPi11 0 i ' I TI'll AltNIY"'
Four.othed good -eels.
Harold Lock wobjld andl14 3aftA' ill
"Iq'mipt I' klux isI'V
This malid "made" the man she
A Metro Wonderplay of a wild
life tamed by a life In the wilds.
IiIam Farnum lin
5 1E.. FOX FIAT 1U E.
ilest 114emeIdy for WhoopIng ('ough.
"L~ast w~inter' when my13 lIttle boy had
the whoopIlng cough I gave him C'ham
herlain's Cough Rtemedy," writes '.\rs.
JT. 11. loberts. 'lEast St. LouIs, Ill. ''It
kept his cough looce and relieved him
Qf those (dreadrul coughing spells. It
Is the only cough mediceIne I keep In
the house because I hav"e the most conl
fldence in It." Th'i~s remedy Is also
good for colds5 and eroup.
our p ice
LAURENS ADVERTISER A
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Nanies o1 peopl e naking It
vulged w ithout theil
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* HOLLY GH14VE NEMS. *
Holly Grove, May 7.-The farmers in
this vicinity are moving to time. We
hear the gee, haw of the plowman and
the darkies singing as they do, at the
closing of thle day.
The preparedness movement is a
great t)ting, though a lot of the ad
vice given farmers is like carrying
coal to Newcastle. What we farmers
need is sometlii':j, a little more sub
stantial than theory. Ilowever we are
glad to know that all things come to
him who waits. The farmer gets his
earnings-his worth is appreciated at
last. We believe those in this section
realize the seriousness of the situation
We are-diversifying our crops and try
ing to make a success at gardening.
We have finished fencing in our1
meadow, meaning to start. raising eat
tie; but owing to the stringency of the I
tIlines we are unable to (o so, but we
would be glad to rent to anyone (Ie
iring a fine pasture.
Ou r section furnished ith iot a Of
volunteers: G. M. Moore, .1. W. 1Iamil
ton and W. 11. Milam. It is true that(
the volunteer system takes the flower
of young manhood, but the boy who
remains at home when duty calls him
there is no less brave than he who
goes to the front. We read an able
letier from a South Carolina mother
pleading that the boys be left at home. t
And we agree with her. rie situation
that confronts Is needsi steady mlienl,
not imznpjisive boys, though all honor
to the boys who are willing to go. It
shows that they are worthy descend
ants of their sires. That. we are en
tering the great world war is mote
serious than we can realize. And the
thought of sending our men to fight
foreign nations Is appalling, but a
declaration of war was inevitable. Our
president has been most forbearing. It
may be this Is God's way of answering
the prayers of the weeping mothers of
other land-; for our country d11inot
want war, but would it. he right for us
to set lapped in security while that
dreadful slaughter is going on, if we
might stop it?
Mr. Ludy Tribble who has been sick
for some time is Improving. ills son.
Walter Tribble of the Uinited State's
na\vy yaird is at home withi his f'athler
for tihe piresent.
Now Is thle time to get. rid1 of your
rhleutmatism. You w',iil find( Chambler
iain's Linh nent. a great help. 'The re4- 1
-lef which It affords i alone wvorth ,
mlany times its cost. d
Trhe QuInine That Does Not Affect The Hed is
Because of its tonIc atnd laxative effect. L.AXA
'nVE iBJROMO QUININE~ Is better than ordinary
Quintie and does not cause nervousness nor li
ringIng in he'ad. Renetuber the ful name and I
look, for the signature of U. W,. GROVEc. 25c
of watches for men,
andl children includes
uiit everyone. We can
your choice of either
or hunting.,style case
1 any of the standard
ts of few jewels or
\nd we can furnish sot
gold, plated or novelty
~a w until you get
we complete watch out
elets, watches, chains,
kUTOMOBILE CONTEST f
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miiination wvill not be di
>n Blank will be credited
AMERICA AND THE
WORLD OF TOMORROW P
Subjoct to Be Discussed Here '
by Dr. Martin 0, Hardin, "
Timely Lecture by One of Chica- a
go's Best Known Pulpit Ora- 9
tors on the First Night
of ti . Chautauqua. a
"I am not a 'peace at any price' (I
nan," declares Dr. Martin 1). Hardin, C
vhose peace lecture concerning the ti
ante struggle in Europe wvas declared
)y William J. Bryan to be "the strong
st speech delivered in America on the ti
Dr. Hardin will lecture at the Red. hi
iath Chautauqua on "America and the C
MVorld of Tomorrow." Dr. Iiardin
ieartily supports the president in his
tand with Germany and believes that
here is no hope of world peace until '
mermany is brought to her senises. A
What part is America to play in the
resent world crisis? What plicy is
he to stand for after the war 'closes?
'ain there be a permanent world
once? Will America detnocratize Eiu
opo, or will jurope milithrife Amer
a? What lessons has the Wbrld war
o teach the great republic, and what
DR. MARTIN H. HARDIN.
as America to of1'er the world? These
re the pertinent ques0tions5 of the hour
iscusqsed by lDr. l~ardin. You wiill
we Ameirieni more and b~e a better -
at riot for having hieard this addr es. .
Not long ago when D r. Ilardin w as
:trodlucedl to an audience in Minnie
ota a mni sitting next to ox-Congress.
lan J. Adam Bede whispered to the
ormer wit of tihe house: "That can't
e'a peace preacher. Why, that fellow
as got enough l)unch to be a prize
Possessed of strong body, Dr. Hardin
Sa man's man to the core. Hie is an
rdent sportsman, is a crack shot and
lays a good game of tennis. Hie de
ghts in fishing andl always spends
omno of his vacation time in the Wis
onsin lake region. As a golfer Dr.
Iardin is an adept. Indeed, his roe
rd of eight better than bogie0 on tile
finnettonmka links is a record that a
'rofessional mnight b)0 proud to claim.
Vhen in college D~r. Hardin was an
11 star football man.
Wile a college student Dr. Hlardin
ave evidence of the fine oratorieal
owers whlich he0 possesses andI which,
eveloped with experience, hav'e won
im~ today the acknowledgment of be
ng one of tihe masters of pub~lic spealr
rig. While int (ollege in comnpetitionl
Vithl the replr(eentives of tihe etire
0outh Dr. Hlardin won the southlerni
iltercollegia to (rat oricnI cote(st. Dr~
Iardina is a sonl-i-law of tile late Vice
'residlent Adhiti E. Ste'venson.
A southiernier by birth, D~r. Hlardin
a man11 of northern explerience, until
ceentily holding the0 pasiorate of one
f thle largest of l'resbyterian churchles
ii Chicago, resigninig to enter the lee
IleenCuse of his intensive study and
xtensive researchl and1 through his vis
ts to practically all of the warring
ounitries D~r. ilardin's advice has been
auich sought by others. Hie has been
ade (chah~i:maln of tihe peace committee
f tile Fcedlerated Churches of Chicago.
F'or nine years he was in charge of
ho activities of the Third Presby
erian chiurch in Chicago, with more
han 1,000 nmermbers. Ie orgqnized the
Vest Side Sunday Night clubi, and so
uccessfully was tis carried on that
n averne~o of 1,490 nnanie wmr proj
ut eachr Sunday everiiig Prior t5 his
rnling to Chicago lie was pastor of
ie largest Presbyteriani church in the
authern assembly at Charlotte, N. 3.
Educated in Edinburgh. Scotland,
Ipened by continental travel, Dr. Har.
in brings to his subject the thought.
ill efforts of a scholar's nind, the
Dundations of which are laid solidly
n first hand information. Dr. Iardin
an made several trlps to Europe.
Dr. Hardin last year lectured on the
3pic "Civilization at the Crossroads,"
peaking to largo audiences in 112
ities on one of the western Redpath
SPECIAL1U TO WASHIlNT~o.N.
t'aboard Spocial will 1'Pass Clinton
at 5:40 P1. M., Sunday, .Jnne 3rd.
The Seaboard Air Line Railway will
ve a special train to sta.*t fron
reenwood or lWashington 'for the
onfederate reunion, at 5 1,. %1. Sun
wy, June 3rd, passing Clinton at 5:50
M., arriving \Vashington at 7 A.
. Nlonday the ith. This train will
eUipped with Tourist and solid
eel standard sleepers, high back day
)aehcs and baggage cars, and will,
3 one of the fastest trains In the
auth and is not to stop at any point
orth of Chester to take on passen
All haurens veterans may call on
G. 'i'hoimlpson or ;M. J. Sinmipsonl,
reit, for reservations as the time is
Dtting short. The sons, daighters
ad their friends are invited also to
> on this train, as it will give them
ai early arrival in Washington.
The Seaboard Is the only road from
ils 'part of the country whlieh runs
trough i tle historic Richminondi. file
apitol of the Confederacy, so dear to
te hearts of the veterans.
The Seaboard will have six special
ains to pass Clinton on June 3rd lin
ldition to this tralin-two from 1rin
ighain, two -from Atlanta. one froin
hiattanooga, and one from Nasliville,
The round tri) fare from Lauren-,
Washington will be $10..)0 and stop
ers allowed at any poln or points
We have al
(epet to <Ibpose ofn
'ul4vaiii ate to see. Al
Wel-worth waists, is
Friday,% and Saturday
pnlinps, hallf luonlis he
$1 .goin rid.
Do n1ot fhail to Se
real sent imentI behind thle gi vii
au blcieess oif the gift.
'Pcus of is si'tandiard iity i m
tham, lilgint, So~uth i Iiend andl
wathides; lI haceleits. Signet
Mesh liags, Knife and C1haii
Studs1., etc., ete.
The long ('xpien~ce of 1
,ieWel r*VIn)1s5lless ll~kes iilin fil
1-fs 4% ~~
.we Ihav Passed the sitae t vx.
pe rimn en t ationI ilIvtnru-. Everyv
prescript ioll (ilt (Jilt I' )I] 1m h is
Store is given th u rti
whieh it doserves.
There may be circuisintiaes lin
der whiel "a .fair exha'ge is 114
robbery,'' hut it won 't worIk in, a
reputable drug store. In situ)h a
Your doctor is stpposedI o1knw
what lie ordeo's in the pres'vripliio I
he gives youi and we VIL il T TO
IlI E LE '7ER, or not 1,-:Tl.
if we biasen't th-iG~tin d
ent VE Ny SI i ' .
Substitutes '''are dal-ie1ous. \\v
guard your health.
Insist oil Your preswripi ion);
colidnug to uis, where yV)t &~'4'l
teetimu to life ali liealth.
POWE DRUG C0.
Values In Ladies Wear
RINGS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
and beutiul aiss ortalent of Ladies Shirt-wa iss that we
i very attractive prives, waists which it. would he to y' Y"
I of, ourl stock of $1.00 waists, except Wirt01n114m1.
e Stock of Summer Slippers
i nclded inl I Hs speti'al offTer ing- SpCeial 8 9
$1.00 Waists . ....... .....
d 'sortment' olsi.tilg of 24 pairs of paient lether
rls. sizes 4 ,towth f6')roil $2.50 to $ 1
M t d w<.'.e. . ...s..... .... . I . .\V
41 our Ilarge stoek o)f white strIipe4d an d colored waists. W\e
ion1 Whn-4I we wanit you1 to see.
YOURS TO SERVI.
y11 norwhat you huy' that makes the g.ift. 'The.i.,(
if'inds e'xpreXssion inl the quality and suit
me hoay 4jr girl gr'adiuate is anY ideal gi ft. bie- '"i I
1u1( uIse flne 1ss. The littlo " T 'ick, 'Tick, '
of 3 0.th ove an estee whPich ~lQIlprompted the /.
ION SELLS THE HAMILTON
t icles. 11hat ma~ke ap ei ative 'gifts--W al- ~ ~ '
atli AII '~mer iiiad imdst Swiss umakes of ~'
II ings, Stone Bifgs, Lanvalieres, Br'ooches, ~ 4~:,2!
Sets, Silyf'ie4lt Buckles, Cuff Buttons anid y/ ,.'/
Villiamul Solomon in thme watchmaking and
aif ied 14) give' valUable advice ill selectini
telin-hlh .TJwnlV ,'IC>