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flowing well or broook,
No running xpfeoatao.
We replace other Hamsf.
Special Factory 1'ricea.
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cur . B u' orath or yf
to I IA d I'U't haes
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The competent p
the sick, relies for a cu
cies---Nature and Medi
cure. But Nature fre
task and must have as
the imlperative need fo
Ihcse you Will fil
evei-y nieed. Bring yc
and have them- Gillecl c
terials of 100 per cer
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You might as w
of that building you are p:
to be gained by waiting.
prices going down for c
over. Go ahead and let:
When it comes to the x
saving, and get a better r<
CERTAIN-TEED is flat chea
but because it is a less expensiv<
better, not only because it is ch<
weight, weather'tight, clean, sr
practically nothing to maintain.
It is now recognized as the pref
buildings, factories, hotels, stoi
buildings etc., where durability;:
* CERTAIN-TEED is guarante
ing to thickness (1, 2 or 3 ply).
There are many roll roofings
CERTAIN-TEED. It pays to
* to lay a CERTAIN-TEED r<
roof, but there is a vast differeni
the quality of a roofing by looks<
label. Be sure that it is CER
certain of quality arid guaranteed:
are suipplantinug wood and slate shin1
are just as good looking, wear bettcr,
arc firu-rctardatnt, andl do not have to
Sare th'e best oaaits
24ground and mixed vi
cturacy. Made for.
colors. With paint.
* ,..the name cE RT)
guarantee of qualit:
* CERTAIN- TEED PROD
I FOR SALE BY ,
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valunble as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. it acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents.
re on two treat agen
vill sometimes work a
uently is unequal to the
uistance. Then arises
d at this store to meet
Ur prescriptions to us
olrectly anid With im
t purity ail strength.
ell have the use
banning-there is nothing
There is no prospect of
me time after the war is.
rour contracts. s
oof you can make a real
>Qf by specifying
per because the quality is lower,
roofing to manufacture. It is
aper, but also because it is light
nitary, fire-retardant and costa
erable type of roofing for office t
es, warehouses, garages, farm t
S necessary. I
sd for 5, 10 or 15 years, accord.
on the market, but only one (
get the best. It costs no more
>of than it does to lay a poor
cc in the wear. You can't tell k
~r feel. Your only safety is the o
TAIN-TEED-then you arec .
aced Asphalt Shingles
~les for residences. Theliy cost less,
won't fall oli, buckle or split. They
be painted or stained.
ta and Varnishes
iths mechianical ac-.
di uses and in all t
as with roofing, -
IN-TEED is a
UCTS COR PORA A0
Btn Olove and ltasburj'h, r'etroI 11
rdware Co. I
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Lisbon, Sept. 2-.-The farmers have
>een very busy getting up fodder and
)tlier food stuff and little cotton. The
otton lit this community Is very late;
t good deal was planted over and
Jack Frost comes about the first of Oc
ober, the young cotton will be cut
onsidIerably. Ilowever, we hope that
'rost will not, visit us before the last
if November or the first of December
vhicl will give the young cotton and
ither crops time to mature, and as peas
tre not doing much In places, In that
'went we mean If the frost will not
-ome until the first of December, thiere
vIll be more cotton and peas made.
i'he farmers don't talk about planting
Vhcat and oats much, as the price is
o high. We planted a good deal of
lover seed last, fall, hut very little
eft after the w'inter was over. Now if
ve fail to sow grain this season, then
ve should not say anything about high
price flour and other things that we
Ire abliged to have to live on the farm.
Mr. and .\l's. Iaawson of Columbia,
\Qrs. Ibeg n -il .\lid i s I-liza1 of Ptl'ia
'ia have returnii'eld homline after visitinmg
Or. and M s. Ciiarle's .\liamn.
Altis. .1. 1. .\l. Irby, Aliss .ulia irby,
Ind .\l iss .ulia .lefarlani of llall imore,
,:iel .\.rs. .1. T. A. IIllew lsI week.
Mlr. Mopso .\lalne is in very feeble
lealth, and the counliy s0houl11) do1 soine
hing for tohis obl sohlier, and we hope
It' propeor ones will see Ihat !4 on .
hillg. will bo <done.
Ii lT I l ihrSurini & 1 urens, v
'yh il, dI- 4' Ild' t it , hal1 ,
e of .1. C. I' Ie ns & co. \\' 11l:kve
. h i tan . :: i W e~ ii ,n r o td.
ri No. .n w maaim d ndliI i ii ie of
i M aa in ta. blok. E
t V e e t e I lo e I e I l e
rin:tl baln oiia iart o year whenot'
-TiO iliiel:n 1- spee. da\ s ais\. -'lius
Iit -e ' i al i. t orIt f i, yeIar1,:
'hse c.-, wilbl t he al lied wood
0 wi IOC I Ia 11 at ('11111 n 111 11111 r'3 Oc ob111
\'ith amcenlwa lan ande seor a."h
win yer'torki.cb -tmerwn
he ;t Men oninew n'rospel was
lot'I ao larg as (ual. wr. \\ 'llims
-'a Ls Ood SerOn1111 from thle para
de fif th'. talents, strcs-ing speial
y the('n Mrwari of faitfuil servant
ervice. At the close of services the
mlbalanoce on this year's appor
lionmenclt Was spee~dily raised. Th'lus
Prospect will go up) as usual to the.
Issociation ti e0 at 'ntnio early October
wvith a clean balance sheet for anoth
rs year's work.
The adden contingent are all ofr
'or anoher years, school work. Misses
athleen Maartin and l mise Dean are
it l'iedmlontl College;. .\lisses Myra
A\"offord and .\liin Ilr-own) to W\Iin
hrop; and tohn W. Wr'offor(I has re
mlled his studies at Clemson, this he
lig his s eeneor year.
To the high school at re are
F'enso ir's. Madden aneAatle we
lafd and gr he boys aeiGul SIRood,
liehasl aOt Netw roped f hadn a eryan
astvoaber dpenig.Te Min.ew C pricipl,
onro ilurrayofiia ds Aa Cemo
radat has been sensl siordiahuteI
bom. to e wl ber assi'te byin ofis
'arrien lins ton.attiljgli3scl
Neli'.1 A.ade lfforha goend a
vintlae'rvwit toer sisteArs. Ka'te lel
Fries. ofli 'aulag. 11111lieeg, erea
laddeto gr'(e her) toat lure Sulnday.
in. hile hrethrey wrem th gest
fiet taher daug'er JIs. ile n. RMbr
on of. uinmingham, a. icl
rethas be ~sraouleasicknt ale
abought cosi Mebette. r. Vincentd of'S
aare is ah fatotedinsoian.an
aways' welcomed hisise, .\11' . Kel..n
Iarthof Sifsovle andth sasCo of t
ir. alrae ocurree nd onic l mae
iaden Mise Supi Latone ohr Langtont
ign.Whl herth were thsed guend swe
I.op. Chunninha ndo ullnt..
'jngsto. he maes a p~leasalente
nidier ladsIn Is. J.A.u Wofod kais
amage felsufvritwerckinswhman all
y.ewl o i uy
Mr. fa.lmer Hoerl aunningandu
'operoCh armer of corigalant
Who claims the old red hills of Lau
LCis as his home, was up to bid his
sister, Mrs. 'Bertha Moore good-bye
rc he Joins his colors. Ills friends
wish for him every success.
Misa Kate 'Wofford was a visitor for
t short while to the city of Waterloo
4atiurday. While there she was a
nttest in the hospitable lione of Mr.
1nd ars. J. C. Smith.
10 CENT "CASCARETS"
BEST LAXATIVE FOR
LIVER AND BOWELS
Don't stay constipated, headachy, bill.
ons, with brealth haid or stonmch
LNo odds how bad your liver, stom
teli or bowels; how much your head
rehes, how nisgrable and uncomfort
ible you are from a cold, constipation,
ndigestion, billousness and sluggish
)owels--you always get relief with
i)on't let your stomach, liver and
)owels make you miserable. Take Cas
arets toniight; put aniu en(d to tie hiead
tehle, hiliousness, dizzliness, nlervouls
less, sick, sour, gassy stomach. bad
'old, offensive breath ant1d all other (is
tress; eleanse your inside organs of
ill h b14 lile. gases and coslspated mat
er which is (producing tlie mi isery.
A 1I-ecent box me1ans- hlealth, loppi
ipts alld a clear head for m1oth1s. All
ru g ists sell Cascarels. )on't for
.lt the Clildren their ile insiIcs
Wed[ a1 genle cleaing, too.
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Alr'. C. 1). Iobeitson departe-d this
ifte AiiuLtist i1. 1917. flow quiIly llie
or wele1k: hava sped: it seems as oi
y yr iotenlay that wI coild mInIster
4) ilhe w:ntsi of our lo ed one.
Ilo hald becl s-ick abmii .i year buIII
xhle it was Cod'; will for him to be
it ill health he leve. comiplained. lIe
I. "Not ny will. h)mt Thin t(e done".
I wa; -itch a devoted and laithfil
' . an 1 tatler. We iliss him so
1;1-4 . l we .ut i how in Iah 1uble
.ilhmtjlission to ott. l''ather's will. W e
oved I l11. h i . :,o weli thlit we cannot
' why God has taken him from u1s,
\u,. we ktow I ha li doati all ihintg;
i and it Ias foll a)Ilr :gaood and his
alIry althtaoiigh Vi mta'y not se( it 0that
lie lelt such a sweet inessage for
each ono of us. lie said "'apa is go
ing to live with Cod, he good childrn
Itnd meet(, mle lil there."
Althongh wa (id all that we coild
to keep him witi us. we could not siay
Ale hand of God.
iod thought It best to take him to Ilim
1'o iis bright Ileaven ly home,
And we muusi meekly, calmly say,
'Not my will but Thine he done".
Ilit soon w" wIll see him again,
When we are cilled oin htigh;
VIs, we will iet h1im face to face,
l'p there, in the sweet hye and bye.
UEJif0ES Will, RtE
it AI'E I o('T0BEit Wll
sep~araite Wh ite atnd Colored Uits W1ill
be. St rictly Adhered to,. .lijority of
Negrroes will go at Next (alhl.
Washington, Sepit. 22.-A majority
)f thle negroes of I he National armiy
vill be called out for imobilizattion at
he traIning cantotnments with the
ontingent of draft forces summnnoneid
or October 3. In making this an
ouncement today, Secretary Baker
d~ded that the negtoes called would
me from Stains with the largest per
efltage of negro olaOttftion. Those
rom Stales with fewv negtoes will be
The policy of organizing separate
olored and white army units will he
trictly adhered to. Where a sub-di
'ision has not sufllcient negro dIraf ted
en to make upi a company or other
nit, the men will be aissigned to comn
lete units at another' cantonment.
The percentages of dtaftedh men,
ahite or colored, to be called October
,will vary in accordance wvith the
egree of completion of cantonmenta
o which they are assigned.
We ate showing the largest, best and
heapest line1 of Table Cmrockery wtare
a I.e foun td in hoth plauin .and dlecorat
S. M. & 10. HI. WV1LK108 & CO.
I will offer for/sale all of my Household
Goods, Kitcher'Furniture, Farming Uten
sils, One Cow/and Mule.
FINE FARMING LAND
119 acres Fine Farming Land, One Dwel
ling House; Two Tehant Houses, Good
Stalls, etc. A splendid three-horse farm.
Sold at Home Place, Known as Bob Wil
lis Place near Hickory Tavern School,
G. W. STEEGAL
LAURENS, R. F. D. 6.
Facts Without Frills
W. G. Wilson & Co. announce the arrival
of their Fall and Winter stock, consistinTg,
im part, of Silks, in all the desirable
makes; colored and black Wool Dress Fab
rics, Blanket;, Hosiery and Underwear.
A new line o Ladies' Neckwear is seen in
the notion :stock. A complete line of
other goody shown in this department.
Your insnpetion is- soliitoi o
goods aild secure',h rcs
Owing to-the disturded condition in the
commercial world no fixed stability of
prices is assured. Manufacturers are
steadity placing a higher valuation on
In textile fabrics save money and buy now
W. G. Wilson & Co.
a Chance to Make Good\i
The best percolator and the finest
recipe cannot produce a good pot of
coffee if the dry coffee Isn't exactly
right to start out with. If the same
percolator and the same recipe do not
produce the same results every time,
you can bet your boots It's the coffee
that's off-eel Luzianne is uniformly
good coffee. There Is no guesswork
about it-ever. Give your percolator
The Luzianne Guarantee: a chance to make good. Buy a can of
If, after uaing the contents Luzianne today. The guarantee Js
of a can, you are not satiaied genuine-means just what it says.
in every respect, your gro. ftsaigctlg
cer will refund your money. Ask for profit-sharing catalog.
,?he Reily Taylor Company, New Orleari
THE APPEAL OF QUALITY
stands out in our monuments so strikingly an to appeal to any'
one with the slightest appreciation of chaste and graceful lines
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We appeal Particularly to those who know and appreciate
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TRIBUTES IN STONE is a be'autiful little booklet that
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The largest and best equipped retail mills In the Carolinas.
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