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LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA
A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE
CATHARTIC AND LIVER T0141C
LAx-Fo is 11ot a 8eciet or Patent Medi
cixie but is comlpos:ed of the following
old-fuah'ioned roota and herbs:
C)ASCARA B ARK
BIU.UE FLPG AOCT
RHUEA EM3 RG-OT
I Y AP r - .'-co
Iti LAx-Fou the( %irS'AR i% itprovedl by
the additiot of thcs;e 6*gestive ingredi'
ents vinking it be.tter thut ordinary CAS
CAItA, aid thi1s t'le coxtnlin1atiot acts 11ot
ottly as i stiumlating, laxative aidcathar
tic but ei+o :; a digest ive and liver tonie.
Syrup laxative:- axe weak, but LAX- Fos
combinesctent v-i'.h palatable, aro
iatic tt:te aid does ntat gripe or disturb
thet s'oainth. P One bottle will prove
LAX-Fo.1 is inaltale Afar Constipation,
Iudigeitioti or Torpid Liver. Price 50c.
$100 Reward, $100
Tho reaters if tlis paler will bo
pleased to learna that tht-er is al least Otno
dreaded diseas that sionee has hee'n
able to cur in aill Its sia1ge!, and that is
Catarrh. Ii'tls :aarrhx i Cure Is the only
nositiv e eaure tnow knowin xx to the tediet
firaternity. Catarrh b ng n contstitutiot'ai
disease, retinre-s a. vosatittional treat
netnt. liall's (a tlarrit Cutre is talcen iin
ternally, aelitig dirt-iiy uon thte bloo.
and ttxcous strfaces of the system. there
by lestroying the foxtiatittn of the dia
ease. amd giving the' patienlt strength by
biliig Al the contst itution and assistlog
naturt lit o.Ln'ig its work. ThIt proprietors
have so muich fatith lin its curative pow
ers than they offer One ltlndred Dollars
for any cane that it falls to cure. Send
for list of testianonials.
Addreas: F. J. CilENY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
Sold toy all tartaxogisa 76c
Take 11611 l . aniy i 1P for conotipation
Sayes Doctor's Bills
Instead of calomel and other violent &urga.
tives. which are dangerous as well as nauscating.
it is better to use a reliable medicino like
Granger Liver Regulator
Under date o f
Oct. 27.1916. J. W.
I MII i Clark Lafyette.
a., .. t.Do. 4.
it jw writes: I have
bee ing cGranger
LI r -gulator in
famaily for yearx
-lk and f:nd it to be a
fine family renedy
e .wh:ch has sated
a . numerous doct->r'n
a bil:s. I always keep
c . it in my hous1xe and
no .woul not Lu with
s el; by drug.
.a gints, 2Sca,box.
-- Itefuse all tubsti
Granger Medicine Co., Chattarooga, Tona
Will cure heumatism, Neu
ralgia, Hea aches, Cramps, Colic
Sprains, Brt ises, Cuts, Burns, Old
Sores, Tette Ri4Wor'm, Ec
zema, etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,
used internally or externally. 25c
Iev e-: e 3 tsr Padt r/
Ti. - .1~ a il :$ . "r
mo~ xny ta-i thaA.O
And Eisthe man
mon sene, too
N. B.D iL Pren
LAURENS ADVERTISER A
I Nominate Mrs.-- iss....
I ostollice 11141 R. P . 1) ..... .
onlna ed iy . .. .... .. .. .
A dd -ess .................
Nanmes ()f people minan nr
vNige1-l withouit their,
N(Y ()--nly ono nomnna tit.
to mnY one 0)1 -4 1A
FOR OUR COU
"Our1 country prosperous catl nly 1
mir war C(,;osts as they come', Ind have I
Lmnough left over to ald our Allies. (
Ou11r coilry u11pros)erous, with bus- (
iness halting, money hoarded, through I
rear or false economy, will be hard (
iressed to keep food on the table and i
clothing oil the back.
"Keep ilnisi ness GoiIg"
is a patriotic slogan. Keep money in
circulation. Keep employment for cv.
erybody. Keep wages good. Keep on
making money that we may have
muoney to spend for war sacrifices.
The worst thing that Could happen
to the world these days would be a
business depression iI our United
War in itself does not cause busi
The billions of dollars of money to
be expended in war preparations will
be put Into circulation In our own
country and this In itself will ereate
new wealth for use in the world-strug
gle for humanity.
The one thing that might halt busi
nes5s ntow' is antill pat rioti c phyehologi
cal feeling of panic and a false iden
of pat rlotie economy.
1l'atriotie ecoliOnly ieans the elim
inatIon of waste and extravagance. It
ieans. tIhe( conservalon of our good
m11ean11s tile coniser'vation of our food
110(1cts, 0111 natural wealth, our
heallt, our energies, our labor. our
very lives. It means puiting more ef
ilciency ill everything we (to so that
each unit of imtoney, energy pild intel
Iligenee mnay accomplish fi'he utiost.
PatriotIc e(oolty does not Ineant tihe
lowering or America's staidard of liv
Ing, vIch1(1 would make us less eti
vient physically and nientally, inationl
ally and14 individually. and woild kill
the silrit and the will to do the tru1tly
self-sacrileing things to ) e done.
Cities; 1and commun111ities n11m1, go onl
with lth ir civi' improvemilents. lin:ui
hiling~w and pulic wollkv un0 pr
ceel. Ilailroads 11111: renew 1teit
eqiii~uipent. iatoroies tmulst he kept
ong to their lull ('niacity. .:ihor
~ffK Kort never
t he a wh a aecr
ma to TRUST. Saving
fet tiilty.' lt's good corn
ed an count with the mon
ney in OUR bank.
e National Bank
C. 1- ROPEI?, Cabicr
glit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
.\trs. Mamic O'dell left Wednesday
visit her niece, Mrs. Leila Smith of
.Ml-. and :.\ir. .1. 1. Stone spent Suti
y withl par-ents-, .\r. and .s. 1". 1".
i'old, at Princeton.
toyal Treat ment to u Itler (Guan rds.
T1.hal L'aurenis people are amlonlg 1hw
Ih lh e are, I.-; tle opilion of' Pirst
h'uenantl \V. T. .\damsl and alilueu
o th:ie o ut l (uards nlow locat(d
I loenaint Adams and Corporal
I '(v'tn camiiie u1) \Vediesday after
omn "o takle 1ack to L4airelis a Iord
11, recently purlhmsed by IIe coli
any for use inl inSpecting tle i variouis
(illts belling covered by the liutler
"ards ar-ound Laulrens.
! I(IeIuIant Adamitis staIted that three
':) oi n olons h1 ad been 111.i made ll I te
Oml Iv this week. vaca1i4l1vs havin
eI ii.tde by the discllarge of, evercal
1i11ember, or le compa ny %who14 wer
m.1-cOnn01uissioned o llicrs. The pro
lnlion s . iven hi ;is v.11k wele to tie(
ifflw( of corpal:0, I hose reee ivilng the
n'mot mions bet i .. 1.. Lifiu sey, I. .1.
,(Eikh rt anl T. 1). Jones.
Lile;-tonani .\dam.; stated 11hat 1the
leoplr f 1)uren had ienll ex-aeed
l)g nice to the lhutler Guards,
Ahowing thiel every kindlless aind
onsideratioll within ftheir power.
l'heir hioms iave been thrown open
o the officers and mien and hospitali
Shas beell Shown the GCreenville
Joys Onl every side.
The Iledlpat h C(hautanquan which
)pened W~ednesday in Lurens hias
Invited the flutler Gluards to attend
the entire piogrami free of charge, a
cotirtesy which Is very much appre
Hinted by every meml)ber of fihe com)
lieutenant Adams and Coiporal
Cureton returned to Laurens Thuirs
Cet I1d of Your tilhenm auuntism.
Now is the tilme to geIt rid of yom
rhe1ullatism111. Yol will find ('Ihamb1l1er
lain's 111)5 plnent a great help. The re
i"f which it. afforlds is alolle wortl
m'1Iny timles its; voSt.
Whenever You Need a General Tonk
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteles5
chill Tonic is equally valuable as i
Geneeral Tonic because it contains th,
well known tonic propertics of QUININ I
and IRON. It acts oi the Liver, Drive
oui: Malauia, Enlriches the Blood am
lluilds up the Whole System. 50 cents
t' cLY lzo
Mechanical pe:fertion of a one
model chassis has made the Maxwell
----wcrld endurance chanpion; a
Mawd!--uilt just like your--wit
4Z2,C?.2*2. iltes the rt.ctor stop
--The chc-r'* t car to rt ever
ad.; c . , ca $G to $8 a morlh.
--The one practical car for town or
Touring Car $665
Roadster - - 650
All price* f. o. b. Detroit.
As the Maxwell is good for many
seasons, these prices make it "the car
for every man."
MOTO CAR CA CO.
Advertise in These Columns---It Will Pay YOU
E CONSII)ER it an honor that we
have becen licensedby Ir.V 1. Edi,on to
s"I his favor-ite iv:n.The New1%
Yorkc T ribnes of~ I; i. : i niin : "Edisol
has s!ard Ih soul of 'n T,." he. New York
'Globe refr-s to) ii- -:i e PhoI Ip 'with a
Soul. " T he ltraonL-aJd sa s: imnossible
to distin'.i ih b'd I en *(2 L a 's liing' voice
and1( its .lte-(Ceationl 1< t in; n! j= .1 rumenut
that bears Ith s p of I' i 1on' 1 1.. Ion
hundlred oth(wr great nwspapiers ha e coce
that this w\ondIerful neiw inlvenIi onlI R-Creates
all formns of muisic with sneh1 Iier:i!0 .;c p ,eoni
that the He-Ceationu canniot be dist ingu1[hed
from the original.
" The Phonograph with a Soul"
You have heard talking machines, good, bad, and
indifferent. But you have not heard the literal
Re-Creation of music until you have heard thc
We extend 'to every music lover a cordial in
viaihto visit our store. We want to give you
an hour of Re-Created music. Don't be afraid
that you will be urged to buy. We simply want
youi to become acquainted with the New Edison.
We want you to become a friend of this marvel.
ouis new musical instrument.
NOTICE-Pae do not ask uc to e
pou Pason R.-Creaions if you intend to
a.teupt to play thems on an other instru-.
iinaet then the N... Eddis. No other in
abruren cen bring out the true muaieoi
' qua.ltyf of FMin RA-Crrations. Further,
asore, injury to the records is likey to
result if you attempt to play them on an
- odinary phonograph or talking mnachsne..
Laurem~s Sonth Carolmna
FOR I to
kTOMOBILE CONTEST (
nlillittioll will 1101 be (ll
ml'in nk will bei ere lited
lust. lie emn loyed. I loies liltisI heN
vpt up1. .\iegchanId Ise min st be ir
Ilu ed, distrihlttud and Itsed. Wa,,r!
IIltes and waI expendittire s mullst he
n additionl to pence dutiles and peace
'xpen1dit1res. Thie milore We (o tle
niore We (nn (o. Th ilor money we
;pend tle mlore we will have In our
lckets to spend. .loney creates
In a word, the natiral sane life of
he country must proceed as thougn
ve were not at war, in order that we
nay have the necessary prosperity to
promote the wair to a quick and sue
Presldent Wilson sounds the key
note in this sentence: "It is evident to
every Ithin knug mian that our Indus
tries, oil the farm. in tile shipyards,
in the mines, in the factories, must be
illade miore prolifle andIl more efliclent."
Ot1r industries an he made more
prolifle only if tile people bily and use
lie merchandise proditced by our in
dust Iries. Manufacturing slackens
when hiisiness slackens. Manu faelIll
Ilg grow.s inl a prolille way wleni its
int 1sr')w.s;. Anid ihlisiieIss Call grOw
and reluain healfu iiiI only when the
peoiple huy and keep ioney in circila
II isli'ess is (oinr -stronr
I:ilsiniess is g3olig--lin the Mast. the
West Ilie North. Ihe Soith. Ile (1coun
Iry Is prosperouis. I ast Ilnoith's inl
crease inl business was very large.
llanks may ivait in Ihleir operations un11
til tile government holils are essili- I
lated. People illay pause temporarily
ill their olittin g to arrange to meet
he iew conditions. Iut fle ulnloosing
of* h mil ns of dolliiars willi unioose a
Sflow ()I* Prospriy a o1lutvly niecss.ary
to ,r in i hli word's blirilden.
1ernmon :4. 1 (3: i he p ce inl 1t1eir
nl i31id :..; mll , I e i
n Huion of $dllar t) pay is m n
11 Ow e teln!!-.d states,.
, n . T f dollar, puit if
u14 i t ti a~i r w s i of
I.)4 n -:h f i:.ll.e bt (I .1(14 t toi~
a na ha eiin.cror nn
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* MT'. IIE''iEL NEWlS.
* S e *5e ee * S S S S S
.\t. Hthel, May 7.--Quite a nimbe
oIf people from our commiiunlty attend
eId thle lientic at IlIarmoniy church las
Saturdlay, the 5th, given by the Brew
erton chiool. Miss Minnie Wallaec
closed her third year's work in tha
schloi FrIday, Muy 4th. She Is on<
of Laurens county's mlost plopu~lar ani
eflicient teachers. Rev. J1. B. Conneli;
of Princeton made a very intereatin;
address. Hon. R. A. Cooper and other
wore Invited but dId not come. Thi
decorations were United States flags
stars and strIpes. IEveryone enjoye
the day and that "good dInner" to<
'Miss Hattie Mc~ullough of War
Shoals, spent the week-end with he
aunt, Mra. M. .J. Sharp, whose condi
tion has been rather critIcal for th
last few days.
Mr. and Mrs. N. 11. Wood and som
'ek spent Sunday with Mr. andl Mrn
Mrs. C. E. Jiuekson sipent Thuiirsda
To e 6as dro