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SEN. J. FRAb K LYON, President,
Columbia, S. C.
J. It. BLAKE, %en. Agt,, Secy & Treas.
Greon vood, S. C.
A. 0. Grast ........Mt. Carmel, S. C.
J. M. (Jambrell, ......Abbeville, S. C.
Jno. H. Childs, ....liradley, S. C.
A. W. Youngblood .. .. Hodges, S. IC. I
S. P. Morrah, .. .. ..Willington, S. C.
L. N. Chamberlain ..McCormick, S. C. a
R. H. Nicholson .. .. Edgefleld, S. C.
F. L. Timmerman, Pleasant Lane, S. C.
J. C. Martin .. .. .. ..Priceton, S. C.
W. 11. Wharton, .. .. ..Waterloo, S. C.
J. It. BLAIE,'Gen. Agt.
Greenwood, S. C.
Simpson,Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
Wmi Practlce in all State Courts
FromPt Attention Given All Businest
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Attorneys at Law
Enterprise Bank BuIldhigs,
Laurens, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
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Office Phone I Residence Phone 96
O11c , ...mons Building
V. q, Featherstone WV. H. Knight
FEATHERSTONE & KNIGHIT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens. S. C. .
kil Busin ss Intrusted to Our Care
Will Hlave Prompt aidnd Careful Atten.
Ofico .over Palmetto Bank
(Mr. Featherstonte will *spend Wednes
day (if each week In laaurens.)
V. W. McCRAVY
Kates on D~ay and Job Worly FurnisheC4
- on Demand -
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J. E. SUMMER and
J. C. HEMPHILL
Greenwood, South Carolina
J. ROY CRAWFORD
Plats, Tracings, Bue Prints, Ete.
Telephone 2004 Clinton, S.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Ofnee in Peoples Bank BuIlding.
B. R. TODD
Xagineering ant Contracting
Land Surveys a Specialty
uerete Work SkIllfully done er 1
" 'e ' and natimates of all Eli
W.. M. NASH,
Terracing, Leveling, Drainage.
GRAY COURT : : :S.
Ludertakcers and Embalm
Calls answered any hour day or nig
DR. W. F. FLOWERS
Graduate 'with .12 Years Experien
Dentist and Surgleal Work
.Pouoa's Drne Store
.,ome on Over, See
My Coirn Fall Off!"
Put 2 Dropi of '(ets-WI? on Last
"See --all yoil have to do Is to use
mr two lingers and lif the\ eoril
ght, off. That's tite way 'GiXs-1t'
ways works. You Just pit Ai
out 2 drops. Then the corn nlot
1ly shrivels. but loosens froii tihe
'0, withouit,afcting the iturrun-- A
.g flesh ii tite least.. Why, it's at
o3L, a pleaure to have corns and
''Thamt wun n amQutiel Funeraln Tihat
Corn dwIt h tiets-It'."
ee how 'oets-it, e f's them off in P.
hurr and withotit to least pain. I
an wear light shoe , dan0c0nd walk
Ls though I never I d(e Is."
"Gets-It" makes e use of toe
tririttilng sal\:es, bundling liandages,
.ape, plasters and other things not
mnly foolish, but unnecessary. I'se
lhis wonderfuj discovery. "Get5-It"
for any soft or hard corn or callus.
It is the new, simple, eas., <ulick
way, and it never fails.. You'll never
ha1e to Clt a corn again with kinives
[)' scissors, and run chances of blood
poison. Try "Gets-It.' tonight.
"Getsalt" 1,; sold everywhere,
a bottle, or sent oi receipt of price
by N0. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, Ill.
Sold in I1 ens and recomiimended
as the -world's best corn remedy by
iuireka lDrug Co., Powe I)rug Co., Iau
renis Drug Co., l'tnain Drug St or e.
REAL HAIR SAVER
If You Would Avold Diandrut Itching
(Calpi and llaldness, l'se Paitrisln
What's the use of being halI ?
What's tihe sense in ldeliberately aVlow
Ing your hair to thin out. or b/eolle
gray? Youi dlon't waiit to look (Aid he
fore your tlitne. i''retaturi'e AthIless
and gray hair are largely dit e to hair
neglect, while a frequent A alp imas
sage with the PAltlSIAN SAGE' (It
(ulid formn) not only sa';es the halir
but helps it to retain its natural color
an' lustre. To keep youthful lodJkinig
you i tis. give tle halir proper care.
l'AllIS-IAN SAGid'1 is 'a scientitle pre
parallion that supplic' till hit ni' ceds
it's just what you want.
Wiy not get a large bot.tle I flom
the ,aturens )rug Store today? It's
not expenlsive fitld money refiuded It'
it do0eS not stilintilate ijew hair growit.
cure dindruff, st(p faltling hair or
lichling scalp. lIA wilij surgly -iinake
yotir hair appiar inr~~ aitundatit,
bright, and beauifu, ie sittre you g(t
the genuine PAIlt L'IAN SAGM' for' flts
is free from stckliness, en tirtely harm
less, and is i. 'most refreshi ng and de
Ileately pervu m'ed hair' in vigorator.
Any druggl.st call sipply you.
S('ltOLAtSifill' und EN'l'ItAN('E
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in Wintirop Col'
lege 01(nd'for the diissiotn of new sltt
denlIs will he held fat the Coutil y'Couti'I
SI ouiiJj mt l.. 'iday, . uily ti at ' a. m. Al.
p1ican '7 muttst niot he less t han siix ten
yeats of age. When schiolars~hips art
vacanit' after .hutly 6i they wuill be award.
.ed to those ma kIng thle hiIghiest aver
age at t his examtt,ination,. priovided10 thle.
m neet thle ('ondil I its goverin g I<
aw~ar'd. Apipliehunts f'or' scholariship
slihurb l rite to Presideniit . lthso floti
scholaripiSl e'xalitintionbi blanks. 'Thles
blanks, pr'oper'ly fIllled onut by thle a p
pilicant, should be filed withI l'i'csideii
.l'htnn by3 .hiuy 1st.
S'ehola rshtIips arte worthI $100~ andl ftec
tiiiont. Th'le nex't sess8ioni wilt op01
Se ptembiei'r 1. I19)17. l or fitrthler' in
foilnt ion atnd ent alogite, addrtess Preis
donit D. 1. .lhnson, Itock 11111, S.
Do you know why you have sit
headache, d iabectes, neuralgia, rhet
-ratatismi antd liver' or' kidney troubles
it's biecam:0o you, are being poison<
hVy pr'oducts of y'our own ,body. You
organs of elimihiationAio not wvorl
ing properly. /Wast material thi
'-houtld ho throwyn oirt is being retairn
to ptoisen andl int/ scato your' systen
That c'ouldI n'ot. a*lppen if the bowe
wver' lhept openu with Granger Liv<
Regulator. Thlis splendid pr'ep aratic
is ptur'ey vegetable and non-alcoholi
Demtamv Gr-anger Liver Regulator
*iour dru'g retre-5c a box---and tall
to other'. T1hero is nothing "just
CIUID FACE POWDE&R
The beauty secret<
~, to tak e care of the cori
1 'plexi n. Cannot I
decite e. Heals Sua
A eretn.burn, ea a Tan. Soothir
I ' 75c. ar 'Irugelses or by ral dir
Samflple (either color) for 2c. Starnp
Lyon Mig.Co., 40 South Fifth St., ihoroklyn', d.
The uinins That Does Not' Affect The H
$Iettue of its tonic and laxative effect, I.A
BAI$fROMO QUININh ia better than ordt
qbIt.and does not cause nervousaness
ng inhead. Remeinber the full nme
led Strong. ."Lt/s go see him it3
tco." Jtst beforo le atid Seitis reach
I The Great. Ainte r's hom Ztlpi'ha
Irl seeretary left. Ithe leaIender ofThe
ecret 8even. Zulph thsted her ini
loitly uald. did 'inot suspeel that she
'1as5 isi S'ami'ina Spy In the ( ! I
toy of Tli Miont inster.
rho purposo o her visIt was to tell
er emplou'r that Zuilph ial eni k d a
aceting of h'ee ilitviebr of The So
ret Seven for lint eve'ning to discuss
i1n1 rot ltsasiintinlg The Great Nls
"IlIe believes yoiu a re plott ing upatinsI
timl," shle explitt. Thle (hreat lyis
or gave her a dietailihone, witif ili
ftruellois to hale It in ZitIph'W/ desk
Ind take,' lowt in short ltil lil. overy
.hling sid lit the Inmeeting.
Then S1trong aditt Sears a pilenred.
Strong observed Ihat soietlhing atkint
Lo friendship seemed to ixist hetween
Sears and Ohe lenider of The Secret
seven, and for tile first tim le Ibega
to doubt the sinceriu,, of the great. de
tective. Ile liee'mte eVenk More [ler*
plexed w%hoi The (reat M-aster said:
"Mr. Stronlg, you 'prolbalIy sispet
me of having polted agalust, the lives
of you iaiid Aliss Clarke. As to Ilt;t.
you must talk to "Mr. Sears. Iut I can
tell you tlis: I cin help you II in nuly
'Vay3 hi yourt- efforts5 Ito -atIrni SOIme
thing regarin'll lug your ' plrelts. Itid I
will gladly (10 So .1t theo propher time.
We iive m1ore importItll' iltrs to
deal wit ni tow. Mr. Vents knows tit1It
Dr. Zulph is plan iinim to kill me, jist 1s
lie has actually killed one man311 a ind
has plained to (o aaii-y wit hi yoll.
"I have just rweeivei 11 mtessage hat
ZtulpIh and others of his hand lutve'de
S FINGER PRINTS!"
creed that I mttust. (lie. Their plain is to
imurder me itt tiie lt'st olilortlnity
Ot1o powerfu l mlove f'or olttwittiil4
thei presents itself.
"Zu lpihI Imust he led to helieve 1 ci
dead. I have lere t wo drugs. On
produces it trantce-like sleep talit last
forty-eight htouis. If the sleep ex
fen(ds beyond tha-it period delith ensueS
Tite other drug, if adinlistered at thI
expiration of forIY-eIght hour"l'S. itwal
ens the sleeper. 1 111 go0ingi to 1ak
this sleepIng pot on. I wit itt 0t t
announ111ce I namil~d Zulph wIll be
lleve 1 11111 out of tle waly. 1'ut I
fort.y-elght hours y'i nuttst go to m
buirial plie i ad give ime tho restor:
tive. Needless to say if you are t
C 'Tis is mnaditess, or' else it
aworse!" cried Stroing. "Sears, this i1
d (ividlual wh~o Is styled Thle Grea~'t Mn
ter has the (frterybt't toI te'l us of
1)1pla1n3 byim to thtwart Zlph)l, hts cli
Said it coniracilty ititt (rimie. WV1
dlon't y'ou itrriest ithitm? Whyi~ risk fu
I thter' tricker on3''i hiIs 4arit.?"'
"Y'areitI tot) imtiletuIous," id Seni
it "Tmopetuiouis?" Strioing relied. "'I
v'ou no(t r'eaIlize Itha I thtis iani hats he'
d- 'responsible for thle kidntapig of Be
l" erly Clarke, for thle monst rous Itk
d- to steal hter fortune; 1 tato aitd I
endt htave dkeerced mty deathl? A:
ig no0w here we are, with Ithim at our m<
W* ey, antd yet Ite would htave us dilsel
ths a ridiculous suggest bit that heo take
1o- pllon. It Is iierely antotheor plan
1( hIts part to elude its. I insist that
et- alrrest him ut owe.'" 'IThe G reat M
ter' ga'/ed at Strmong anid smiiledl (11
1)e 1', c'ontdenitly.
ii- "'My dear NI i. Sit rong." he saId."
y'ou itot tealizea t hat I am attin ii n It
id tintees t' j us Iict, thlit 1 am11 tryIng
ve triap ZuAlph?"
ImT "'I l to see14 54'. it," snatIpped Scroa
'y. "Whatit are your' views, C'arson?"f'
b)e- ".\ly lvies," reptlied Ithe delteetl
to "aOre thiat what t his man says Is tr
m-' I believe we shotd peritt hinm to tU
me thte potin."
)tr "Ihnve It youir ownt way theni," s
Str'onig. "Y'ou arie ant experi'(iee
tI tective. TIhe eitire ite Ir Is int y'
ibt Th~le Greatt t.\I astr nue tiorked Otto
te phils whdi Ih' hadt dislalyedI.
the "GCOOdhly," lie said. "1 ami gointg
ith take a tipl to Itie grealt untknow
ar- Anid Ito dria Ind thle cointenitis of
011' phial. S oon hte lost coinsclouisn
to fThen hIs featurtnes, paling gradua
my took ont ani ashten hu~e.
"lie's dlead, Stears!" Strontg er'
'"The tman is dontd. 1I hastit outwIt
tg. u-'. i-Ie .o).mitted t'tl 1eId when It
say atlized Ite wats wIthini outr gratsp. '
wh u'iat will we do'?"
his "Callh a phlysltelan," was the ans~
"i''Catli ai phy.Alelani andt~ let hinm
itounce 'Te G reat NI aster deadl."
aw "Very well, I'll telephoine mty 4
iu. "No, you won't,"' saId Sears.
lo.will call Dr. Zulph.'"
ertiniad! I amt goiing to enll the coreC
r of Weo have it(a1( dead ciminal on ouir itt
,,adwIr, eesoisbfr h
The Great Secret
ovelized From the Metro Wonderplay 8
>f the Same Name, In Which Francis
K. Bushman and Boverly Bayne Are y
,o-Stars, and Which Was Adapted
and Directed by Wm. Christy Ca
BY J. M. LOUGHBOROUGH. e
ithor of tho Novelization of Clyde
Letch'n play, "11er sister," "Ills l3ack
loor (oimaice," and other short storles.
What Has Gone Before.
William Montgomery Stropg, a
epithy young clubiani, falls in love
ith ieverly Clarko after rescuing her'
'om1 khiinapers sent out by The Secret
even, a band of blackmallers. Thoni
,i Clarkie, the girl's uncle, belonged to
ds band, but repented before his
eath 1111( left his money to Beverly,
?hose father he had defrauded. The
ecret Seven lin trying to get hold of
: has the girl seized and tortured, but
trong saves her, and then the power
uII criinaIIIS rin i m 1 finan11cially.
Vith pirt of the wealth left by old
'hoias Clarke Ueverly and her moth
r estabilish . themselves In a palatial
1omne. )r. Zu/lph, arch conspirator of
L'he Beeret Seven, in trying to get hold
>f the Clarl:e fortune is partieulaTly
Inxiouls about at paper contahanllg at
napi of a iniwe in the Klondito, where
io ha(1 known The Great Miaster, lead
!r of the critinal olganilzatlon. Jane
Wairren, at creaturn of '4ulphi's, Makes
11 ier inlild to exposo him. Bull Wha
"GET THAT MAN
lenl, mieiher of The Secret Seven, call
on Zuilph to warn him, is. trailed b',
Stroiig and arrested,. but Detectiv
Itod11mantu Seirs4 perniits him to escape
even tliotglh it has ilbeen diseoverci
that. the llrst. finger of his left hand t
mlissing, a vital clew to the slayer 0
Chief of Detectives Ackerton.
The Potion of Death.
Reverly Clarke was in a state of th
utliloit distre..'Ss. She ihiad received a
"You think a 'great deal of M1
St roig,. iIaid. "Do you know an:
tlug o.' his pst life? Who were hl
ibarents? Ask hitn." An anonymot
letter ia worse t hana a serpent in th
giraSS, biecause, while at serpent strikt
only on1ce, an unsignedl letter sting
Scornt'll at first of the insiniuatiol
in the missive, the girl finally beenn
curious. Thten she showed it to i
-11mother. is. Clarg~ said only or
ti ng was to) lhe doneif--lutt the let(<
shlould lbe shown to William wvithot
. D~uring this time Strong was "sha
- owIng" Whlen.ct The Secret Sev'
. memuber went straIght to Zulph's hea
"Sonmc one on the inside' Is worki
against uts," ho said to the airch Cf
spir'ator'. "What (10 you think? TI
guy Strong arrests me. What's lhe
ig trailing us?" Zulph, enraged a
I frightened, did not reply at. fir
Finally lhe exclaImed:
"I think I know tihe man. Yout
k on thle lookoUt. I'll attlend to thue tr
tor in our enlinp!"'
Strong, havIng located 'Zuiph's hei
quarters, made(1 a report to D~etecti
Sears, who temporaiiy relieved hi
rfr'om duty, and lhe wenut to ace Bever
~"WIlliam,' she said. "I always
t lieve In abusolutte truth. I am going
d tell you what has happened. An
1. onymous letter has beeni sent to:
a jdvisling fliat I ask you about y<
ipast life and1( your parentage."
n "D~o you not accept me for w~hat
iam?" lhe asked.
o "I (d0!" she0 cried. "I (10 not (10
s you. I nuever have (doubited youl."
"Mfy own dlarlinig," said( Strong, "
* questions5 in that letter Rstab nlue to
heart, for I know nothing of my 1
entage. But I am going to (d0 the h
orable thing. I will not ask you
marry me tiil every detail of
earlIy life has been ('eared tup."
W"Net tha"- lieverly began.
S"There, t here," Iaterrupted Stre
e-"I have mnothling to fear. Let us
noliting morei' of thue subhject."
g, she knew himI well enough to obey
suggestloon. At thait mlomlent Detee
d. "Ah!" lie exclaimied wh'len he
Strong. "I thotught I would fInd
Y. here. I have something that wvill
-- forest you." And he hianided hiim a
...ter from TPhe GreaOft Mlaster. w
astated1 that the ieadler of The Se
ASevbtn couild clear up the mryster:
ar Strong's identity.
*I? "We wvill beai'd the lion heo i d
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