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Yes! Lift a Corn
Off Without Pain!
('icinmuti nuthority tells how to dry
up at c orn or (niulu so it lifts ol
You corn-pestered in1en( and Wonmen
need suffer no longer. Wear the shoes
that nearly killed you before. says this
Cincinnati authiorl y, because a few
drops of freezonie: pplie(l directly oin a
tender, achiig co n1 or callus, stops
soreness at once .11(d soon the corn or
hardlened callus loosens so It can be
lifted out, root aiid al..-without pain.
A small bottle dPefezCo1e0 costs very
little at any drug store, but will posi
tively take off every hard or soft
corn or callus. This should be tried,
as It Is inexpensive and is said not to
irritate the surrounding skin.
'If your druggist hasn't any freezone
tell him to get a small bottle !or yoiu
iron his wholesale drug hou I. .
fine sWitf; and acts like a chal: vry
It has always been my
endeavor to give perfect
service to my patrons
since eutering the bar
ber business in Iurens,
an(I wish to thnk my
patrons for thlk liberal
Your Patronage Solicited
Sanitnty Surroundings and Every
thing for Your Benefit
Enterprise Bank Building
ALL KINDS OF
35c a H ndred Pounds
Brass, Copper, Hides,
etc., at Market
Opposite City Hall
Cardul, tihe woman's
tonic, helped Mrs. WViI
11am Eversole, of Hazel
Patch, Ky. Read what
she writes: "I had a
of my health. I was in
bed for 4ieeks, unable to
get up. 1 1 had such a
weaknes and dizziness,
...and: the pains were
very seyere. A friend
told me i had tried every
thing 'else, ~h' not
Cardui ?. dId, and
soon sa' it was helping
me . .. After 12 bottles,
I ami strong and well."
The Woman's Tonic
Do you feel weak, diz
zy, worn-out? Is your
lack of good health caused
from any of the com
plaints so common to
women? Then why not
give Cardul a trial? It
should surely do for you
what it has done for so
many thousands of other
women who silffered-it
shotild help you back to
Ask some lady friend
who has taken Cardul.
She will tell you how It
helped'her. Try Cardui.
AU Druggists -
UIVE OUi BOYS A
FI(AlTIN, (11 AN.
With 31ilitary Training says Wrigley,
31enl of Special Tralinimei only ennl be
'sed iI 31odern Wa rfarle.
(By Wim. Wrigley, Jr., Chicago.)
Ilow fortiniate it. would .have beenH
had we aldopted uliversal military
training five or ten years ago. It
would h1ave mean t much inl the pres
ent. rl.it probably woul have
kept.; out of the war. llt it's no
lse to cry over spilt milk. The (Iues
tlon is, wit sh1allI we do now? Every
thought fuli man llust. feel that a na
tion nibil to protect. Itself promptly
Is blind to the tragic possibilities of
Its hecedlIessnless. War. Comes unlex
peetedly aild, as in ou. own iase, it
is something forced upon an "inno
Cent bystaIder." For three years we
submlitted to insult and injury, until
forhearanee ceased to he a virtue and
hern waas nothing left for us blt to
assert or rights an 1to defend them.
No Cotntry lin the world hates war
imo(re tain0 we 0do. Only extreie
pro t (l ionl would indliee us to take
up arms. -:xperienve s hows abuind
Intly that a peace-loving nation is
not safe because of that. fact. Bel
gitunii and oie of thlie Ialkani slates
iare evidin e of It.
As- t lie world is const ituted, and
has been throulgh thouisailds of yea''s
of strifo, Illere i1 otnIy ole Safe plal,
and11 tha; is, to follow the advice of
\\ashingt-on --inl tilte of peae, pre
ore lor war. If we had donte this a
few years ago, we would have saved
billions of dollaurs 111d Iens of tholls
nitils of lives. It is common knowl
ed'ge ill military cirles that Irtained
mn, by knowing how to take care of
thmIlIselvvs' inl capiit and ill the field,
redue the iort'ality a1(d etSullIties at
hIfst t Wo-t hirds, an(d w hat. is evenI
more vital, men of special traininl
vmly can he u.,ed inl tuodern warfare1-.
Nat ially, we n(ed a lilic fo r;.
t aI lCsenr a-pprecition ofrtf
ne 1'()it r providing for flitt re coll
Iicinie;. \\'e cut i(e in the coldesi
o ;I of weathller , when nobody weti
iCeI, for we know it will be demande(
a tw mtonths later; so we t'prepll'e ii
Imid-winiter, for oltr comlfor's dti
thlie in-aled period of suiier.
The 111,1n of uit )1ver Ia l militar:.
I iituiing is outlinied itn the ('hamb1ter
lain IHill would Ima'lke available a1t a1l
Iitiles, millions of yoing 1en Wht
haove hld silliclent military traltilin,
to enable them to become excelletn
soldiers with a few weeks of addition
%,l trainin4. l''lihis wtwouIld isafeguar
the nation and prepare it against an1
contI nuency that wouild prolably aits
aind If one should never arise, th
tr'aiitng an( discipline would be th
Very best experience that any youn
ian could have. It. wolid alike ll
stronger physically, imlore aulort. imtel
tally ,qItileker to see and to act. Als<
it. would increase Iis earning capacH
and give him a better chance to wi
miecess in hits 'life work. Our bol
appreliate this. I think the ainjorli
of them wolild be glad to 'take I
Warui is a enlamity be~yond~ descil
lion. We arc sorrty athat any of ot
Iyountig menC~ shld lie comeledC to ei
gage it It, butt ther'ie are sonme thint
worse thtan war, antd One would be
have ouri coutry i3 doinatedl by a fo
eign power-by a rule, (of r'uthle
muilitaismt that counts warui as a reg
Since tihe boys may at any -time1
call ed up ion to dlefendI our count
and1( our flang, wc owe it to t'hem
prov'ide them with a careful 'pr
training so that they may perform It
I iior'tant ntitonal function both el
cienitly andi~ as safely tas possible. 'Y
must not lhe asleep at thte switch. TI
responisibility Is upl to the Amerie.
cItzn andt01( the voters of thtis count
to) demnd~ the passage of :the (Thai
berlaln 11111 or some simIlar measu
has al ready heeni post ponted -too 101
byv C'ongress at Its next sessioni.
It's ttnle nowv foir actioni.
All ar'ound. us we see or'ganlzati<
otrganilzaition, oirganizationt. Gernma
was or'gant'zedl tot' war. Tfhe reomai
er' of the wot'ld was not. WVar u
Germlany'sl speciality. Sheo was I
m 'or'e powerful, appairently, bult f
In fact, we had a little taste oIf L1
same thing In domestIc affairs lI
year. From tho time that ho was u
fented foi' the UnIted States senti
''ole. IL. Ill ease begian to organize
forices I or the next office heo shIOuild
f'or.'T'he other sIde was unorganli
and the result in the fi'st primairy ~
a iirpise, lIetweeni the two primat
an organtizatlin was pierfectedl and
wast nloneC too( flatterIng.
It appear'I ~S to us5 that a similar
4I -annIia mov~ :i cofi'ont th le people
Sou1th itaro[IIlina hex t siuimmeri. 1%
hal s'lit been keeping up i
I h) C o ri ztion141. i It
. 44 ir4 .-al i ac'tion ofl C
"I Should Worry
Now About Corns!"
'llcy Peel Ofy Wit hi "Icts-It"
Two corn 111a re10 nVO I thanl onle,
and oeic is niothilng at all- - -whien you
use "Gets-It" the one real corn
shrinker, corn loosener, peel-il
right-oY corin-r-eimiover. Thai's be
cattse two drops of "Gets-It" eases
your. cori-pa'in1s at, once, aild you
kniow that that old co11 has been
"nilpped in the bud". "Gets-It" maklues
0le Corn ri"n 'e ''
(.111 ting and digging" at it (.0rn anid
fussn wIvith hanidai w. alves or ally
ihling elseo entirely utIi~~g ch -
no mher "G eI" is sa
Yoli 'll no, lt hav ( i Al s i off yottr.
slo(, or (.itim s Inidur Ilte tthle at.
hle 1 a f to eae Your --airmting soul.
Sie that yol got, e t "( - -1". 11n' let
insulted by imitations. ':: , t I . all y(1u
ne(ed pay at alny ( ri sfior for "o
i." 01 it Will be Se'It It d i tt by N.
Liiawrntct & Co., Chiago. ltl.
Sold inl ..altrenls and revoinniended
as t e ord' hemt orn rtelltefiy y
1-urekvia D~rug Co., lxanrens DrugL ('o.,
Powe )rug Co., l'utthe Drunt 'tore
. ti' to bother a it all f tUistjio, ilut
' what's l tIlse?
Il v r O l,;i kinld of campaign1 na ;
its effect. Mlany are Ill uetterAhy wild
statevment s, especially wNhoen 111-y dc
not, sev or know of the facts thant coubl
bo presented. It Is a .mooth politial
trick noif dirch attie tioll froml one':
owl isel, .1nd1 tecord, by thrig to I ult
e ii tha e o the h feaie.
Thte' colelorvative hof Ihai.
Ntad ar ratiited wviith iolie.z. The ,
ebloose to Ilhink of someting'l else. Bil1
it is time for thm to W ke 111 alld 1
org'aniio. Som. are as nitin oired keep
i luIlp t ile ight, B(ut the tilm Iha:
omlde to lay aIsideo al t lolis
to get. over th e distas te fo polities
and to prepare foi- next years pri
t If the people call Mr. Cooper to ti
Sgovernors Chair, he would exert. er
Cry Influence to bring the classes to
Y gether into a better understanding. 11
1 Cannot make the night alone, and w
C think that thle people who realize th
e State's need for a clean, courageou
R and capable man for governor shoul
I, take p tlls worthy maill d organliz
- ot his support. lie has n organ, in
). party machine and the orgaonizatio
Y beind him must consist of voluinteer;
1 The Blease faction has a definite ot
'y jent, and is goin to it. The oth(
y side is driftini. efvery one seems I
0 le waiting upon some annouinceme
from Senator Tillman. We thinlk
n shlpoe youn thelnex fewplaykng
ry hempnty pongetoo:e "Loor orelcti
- hed sheulpd declfisef, nut
igs to a ndoth rs. oI wTl ets. ul
rtie expedton acorng bes un
setereist woetin stor.nitepo wh<
rens andte mean ofn calnnegie
as WooHs ad's Seed
I- Tedhepe mself."usgr'
tr, -n ------ctveoSe
ting c WSt-oofou etter
an Thrio foldingtnt ose grin, anA
arctice expeditioQcanbeOstuin t
sevees wildsrio nd strmnTestr
asi ly hlesxmn, and wlotlsaotteig b
asi WYad Oth's Seed
te ingand foroctive ofd priee
un perCio rcuailit fI rin.
Sedestid, - ulopnon, ta
OV EJIcN1ENT WILL RE.QUISITION
A il 31 111111A NT SHIPS
All 1MerciiaIIt. Vessels of Over 2,,)9
Tow, CIpaielty w.ii he Takenl Over
for Governmtent I 'e. Neutrals (fi
111nd4114 Coalst wie Trnie,
Wash ington, Sept. 27.-- -1very Aner
lean merchait. vessel of more than
2,100 toni dea weight (apacity, avail
able for oceanll srvice, will he i'(11 3isi
tiolled by he governm 3'O ) 3)Ient ()tobe a15,
ithe slipping board al311nno 'eel today
in a St11ementW iving -the h(l elarter
raltes at which the vessels will be tak
ei over. American ships available for
oceal traflie otal slightly more than
two million tons, hut. some already
ha3vo b~en takien over for the army
Ill tu3ost instances. exec; .1. Where re
<tired or' actual gove'ne n Illll t service,
1e ships, it wa.s 111. will be turned
ack to their ownevrs for operation ol
govel1e14111 accollnt1: subject at all
tilmei lo anly disposition the shipping
bo~ard 1may d M
Th, 1: e' ae3 ra:'e will cit hlarp
ly the l cibater rates cha'ge(d
1by Amweian:3 31 . \'iSel for carrying gov.
rnme si t s p1li . It ij: the Intention
it is unlderstoor to apply thei later to
anly for3ien 1i3i char rd 0 1 Inl the
t'i, ed1 31 . Tl1o (b:rtering will bo
ill lil 1ands olf te s i ng l bo r'
So3n of, the( v s t be reqis:I4i
tio'wd, which will bw 1.wd e(xchI4sivl'y
"Or rmy3 and navy ier will 1:
taknli over.! onl :I hare ship basis.
All o 11 t h13, 3e ra:P:; *'' ten tativ'. Th c
1b3ard,. it . 11 a 11 U4) ed v ill d(ter
V:ry. The 1 overn nt Il will ass1to
the wa. r3 (i'k lin3 t 4h hips relqis,;ition
4'1 an1d inl ono in tance.; the 11m1a1ile
ri. h w !l. Whei're the m) ri3 e risi
i n the unal rate f or this inl
slrian3Ce ' will :- ded31' led from th<I
\\'ith h-o 13 : t1han13 -i N monh 113: v i r
Iulall every one3 of the 1.-.N Ameriem
,':':1; )4I ;%'.;k11)Iv t31 .(3 o (I . 31 5433
vice. Includig ew la linies, Will b)
'i341 r inl rh Wfs ppyn A1r011
enn toopsand wr::hps0)road or I
3t33:' ( 'orlerd vital to thel' wvar.
Th intention o the 3ov.ernme1n1 t i
to re1phle( ships drawn from reht113)
3ra1 r1ou 11s 1 frolm thel' coastvis
;Ilwvc wl) ith n utral tonnagev. leoreig_
,:)hips will he admitted into the11 coas
uOS s service by suspension of tlh
P Kidney Tonic
1 The Unfailling1 Beliedy for I
and a Drowisy. Tired, Sleepy
100 Ti'mes Heter Than ('11
100 ines Safer Than 0ak
it 'The Ideal Spring roiu
For Men, Women and Chi
If lt will Fortify the Systeml A
', Slekuness Th'is Sprilng andi~ SI
coasttwiso shipping laws. A bill to
make this suspension possible is he'
f iC il S S -
The 'niled satets Civil Servi'
Coinn Ission an non nee.- aui open om
polilive ex'amflnaftioll for cek-cari
at the Iallienr. S. C. postollice oni e
loher 77. 1!117 'onipvlitors Oill h1
exaiiiled oil spellin:., nithietie, li
ler \ropying tf,(Harn
plain copy Vlnd reading addrcsso. T1'
exam1ilatioll will he open11 to bohth meln
ond woilell who are citizens of I he
ulnited State:; and h :wen heI ages e
For application ilank and instrie
tiois to applicants, address the see
retary of til l'nited States Civil ser
vico Commission at Laurens, S. C.
W. G. Wilson & Co.
of their Fall and \Iij
in part, of Silks, i
makes; colored and I
ries, Blankets, Hosi
A newr line of LaIie;
the notion stock.
other goods shown
'Our imspection is
oo00ds and secure th
Owing2. to the distui
steadity placing a
In textile fabrics sa
W. G. Wi
55c This Coupon- -
Tihs Coupon, if presente
ty-five Cents in cash, is gI
OLD INDIAN LIVl
After using a bottle stir
tions. if yon do not think i
you paid for it. br-ing bacit
AzieSSchase Icfe, forty-five cc
Old Indlian Liver and Kid
Feelng. omel, without. any restri
This o('nonu)Io GooI at
If not oonvenlent to purcl
dren in postage, and we will .
nmer CHEROKEE MEl
that cd~, dr~
t is haea
857 M 1--9
Will eep You Well
f e t a terrific
r 01x~r-a sick headache.
N., beomeu consti
>acd or have
anoy strMacui or
);OR - liver trouble, ia
dose or twu of
2t C' Granger
0. f PriLiver
will put yo1 irs
oOd almpe. It
is a 1) urel y
vegetablo 'trepartIton,. non-alcoholic
and acto pleasantly nnd effectively.
w ri ic N. ii.. J..'. 11. 1'117
1 woe sick six nntl asi Il ut year and the Imet) r
'1-1 ie to r" t .riel I C4 %aSome Ortuer
Liver Itertutlatr in Fluriid and It did nia goo.
I irouh1- , ur am-es hubmo with uo and a;w I
ana jee-ling a groat rah linetr.
(Signed) It. J. Itolommmn
Sold by all drusgitite---2&c a box
(ranger Medicino C. . hantiian. ga. Tenn.
4out Fr0111Cil 01ills
ite sck e.o n fian -
nr al 1. lbe de e'
eJl' ald Under .
A complete line of
'dedl conld ition in th
10 fixed aD111tVo
highercV valuatien n
v e r1 ey 3 r d b uy nw
Ison & Co.
forth Fifty-Five Cents 55c
( at once, toget heir with only For
od for a One Dollar bottle of
ER AND KIDNEY TONIC
letly according to printed direc
t is %Vorth at least ten tilmes what
: the empty bottle, and the pur
its, will be cheierfully refunded.
iley Tionic takes the place of Cal
:tion Of ha its or (iet while taiking
NS DRUG CO.
ase from Ihe druggist, sevnd us 412c
hip by parcel post--all charges
>1CINE CO., Atlanta, Ga.
doy A cc di bot.
") of P.AB1L.-, cheoice,
a:'ed to Cthe bmich or ?
fl :s ore happy fellow.'e
:Ef 'hpy flavor adds
est fthat everyone enjoyan
t, ice cold, at any place
inks--or by the case fromr ~
r. You'll like PABLO.
tful and iecfreshing. . ..
bay Pabst at MWlwaukoo
Fkour & Grain Co. --
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