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Cardul, the wonan's
tonic, helped Mrs. Wil- %
ham Eversole, of Hazel
Iitch, Ky. lie.". what -
she writes: "I had a
of my health. I was in
bed for weeks, unable to
get up. I had such a
weakness and dizziness,
and the pains were
very severe. A friend
to'd me I had tried every
thing else, why not
Cardui ? ... I did, and
soon saw it was helping
mie ... After 12 bottlCs,
I am strong and well."
The Woman's Tonic
Do you feeliweak, diz
zy, worn-out? Is your
lack ofgood health caused
from any of the con
plaints so common to
women? Then why not
give Cardui a trial? It
should surely do for you
what it has done for so
many thousands of other
women who stiffered-it
should help you back to
Ask somfiady friend
who has tiken Cardui.
She will tell you how it
helped her. Try Cardul.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
Jestroys the malarial germs which are transmitted
;o the blood by the Malaria Mosquito. Frxc C0..
Ilore is t
* Our prodn
* taste good.
,Sent by ei
order, di ad
,. 4 Full Quart
4" logan ery. f
We wilt sen<
P. 0. Box 932. In the Mail Order
Wholesale and Jobbina
* 'NT K.ATE' oN('L 'S-I1E RI*
* CL.1:IMSON VISIT.
9 . * C
A; we came a round the main build
ing after the dils1. were over, we came
race to face with an Old1 farmer. The
better hialf seened (delighted to meet
him ".I wa; too, when I found out
.: a u:turens coli la. aid
110n' er 1.1han W. I'. Ilarris. It was
' .-inlular that we two who tad
of each other all ou]r lives
so'bl met' it CleImsoii ' ollege. We
-h'ed ( leasantly for seveiral Imlo
;,'!n( :mndo good ladies whom
:nitI) to know cam](, alolng. I
put it :d th:nl to h l4.ookoul t .\loun
min hti'.ul ravir of Lauirensilg coluny.
Thy; rn edialelyt (urrolinded hitm i11d
cwo:: I y f aire ion at a rapid rate
Ih:11 In.' wai l (I familiar grollid Il her
a d voul ans erim k j.isl as 111lick
y., w e iovd of we heard our...
o M I I S10111" .1 ; it': I. it tI i --o
' m ~a'un, nto hu 1 at all"
iny :vi da'wnd cltar and brligh.
and \1 wr miht 0'y prould of t Ie old
tcolinity of Laulren onl that date. When.
v: ar'vcd at thle au i orin Ill the
sh ti- ca tr t a us to pla l e as.. ii
to 'la:, of()I the Wrd 'a ts . \\'e w e't
Io l in 'all ontg place d witsh Lau
- ii- ' :t' OeniM 'fe l o h . l<ie ihl
'"h ata \i a. Tc( 'nlan, of C ldi
')II. 4(v-lhc u'..,W. ii-. iiio ,o hl as
-1 ad arrived thi aftierioonl bfore
.1n 1 at Pran.:son, \\. .
23 aMyehis diplonim. as well as:
Iia; i.1s 'I~l'l 111 "T h I l Ic! o tlrim
' iaine of y:+ndbl .tnieron people,
!' \\'.e frily, whosev devoted amn
cha::ig toifhe and mor i; known
and loved in 12ai-uret as Kiate Heniley.
11itr boy, tjolhic \'ebh. was Il ledr of
1110' !- tnd and ho 'ave tilt whIIIo bench
fu,11 a *)roI -l M i anld a (1 ick lil]( nod
ahe l:eo lead thet n11osiv for. thek
)xdrci1 W0r' now to begin.
.AS the fir;; trains of 1th hand
Field ort inl FlvorIs unison, the
nTi , r. E iAgs, a d AC\l .ohn
lcol, chaimn hafe W, the board ofi
ii-es. mr. Iilli of North carolidia, speak
or the day, and Dr. Danils for
c \s by marious professors mod
down t n aine. Thenu calm, h Iwo
youthful speakr, ecaipt of aurens
coun"W and Tallvast of Darlingn
:counY. represling the Senior Cla:S,
in dr uniform, with broad red Sash
Ve. The cendets wn- mtarlied in a'
ahd Y complmies. Then~ Hobbie
Wbb gavos us another grin and blowed
his 1ntum n .is a littleI louder inl
a ai of i o and gladness fo his
classmades, t20 e setantirs, were 1noW.
Coming to thle selats reserved for themil.
Th Iut ndience arose as th1v body of
cnt kint South Carolina boys licit
into view and were the cynlosuire of
i0Yu rn ThsSu mr
4"nwr ntemottmtn n
C O TEWHL FML
Fine Delciou Flaors
0T EC, LAK
Pll eyes. They made a flne appear
mnce and a. picture not soon forgot
ten In their white trousers and blue
C.oats. The quick tears sprang to the
L'yes of many m1 others there ats once
anld awhille there would be a boy Iin
khakI, about 12 of the seniors having
C'Ole over frot Cam Seviei on fur
lough for their diplomas.
Dr. 11111 made i good speech-a
ullitue speeceh-a Synloillsis of which
would reuinIre more s!tae than I have
titte 'o give.
Our Lauirens county boy made a line
speceCl too. "Step by Step" was his
sbjet. it. mnade for it,, a iautiful
staiwa3 ot civilization as he traced
inhr beinninir, :step !:, stp. WVhite and
1;ure and beatutifiul it wilded its way
upwan. a: , ill wi'el I-chorenl words hI),I
dhoe~ir it. The 'x.woiv fac o
ilhe young spelker waxedl vloqulent anid
our. iln:;1!.! .blrilbl( w ith) hli.; arnel:;t
e s %s witl patriti:l li concldI'l,
'"Thle despicnble 11111u n m y l11tr. himi
self with lnabatted fry against tiat
stali way bt it shAall niever (inoiver
The yo n anhood of .\mwrle ivu
ready to Sihed their last drop or blood
in diefens of civilizatiot!" As he
elIuded ahmidst greail applatusie Ne
a o"l a - ' i a , I d 'i le 'lI. .
!l ch-r old grandinn ;h r 11h1."60 :
-ma l .:01 old o.atted :!h. little"
ninlWtcr who la :'gi; ; the l;:y lo-,
I 0:1: a ::. anil I mae l i i pr t.l io: .
dhwcey a::.Aigavd himr.i wIll. e()In,
Ilvinti-;:. ::ml .aihfu l d er o ed.
a ela litto le orte els vn ith hi
:!In i -liv e:'y of hi' iplom as Ly
I :'. h ; w ir itpu v l giv* j .
11 m c ut' h few '.t:ttk. a il a.;ill nev..
l ii l( a :I a ':lc it ill : < il Ill
!fore (1: .lmlh a m n :11011 daly. WVhHe
he ;I!< . atlerri E st rnt b. wo; going'
O Vkn , Ih w ual rn front. :11"d ;!I, vh
lin' l'ii!ii! St:C wai ih
iai a:' a : ' i iIof ;r ye :":
I - th lo. 2 hail r'' jvI ;jv IC
mf i -> - If yh s .t o - i .
'I ik \ : e1I'l tld. Sai t s v l
oiin ofY York,. as presidet t
'ho cI . w a alled( to Ithe r~ostium1!1
:-ld received t dip!on l o f2 )hv vralf -
na11ts Who w re oI .IY i: 11%trining enmny.
1nd were not able to I: e nt-.
0 r~y (if to'-lrs wir alrm~i:, i
the ervie. ne l~turns oy. Hrbert
w~lia , w)I( kn w alon < egozenI
had 'une over] fromn Caounp SerivI, so
lhe lass ri den~ tt'tt hail ipiite an tar-i
alni ".a:4 loudly appia::, as h
i a n :l to the~r p1'rnt , .\ - r
dloi: wer i tt 'i C'iI :.Ti caime
the h141nlt to two Son!Ilb ('voljo i1. rmy
' t who wer . for special wvolk. ;..iven
m.:ile~e:. On of Ilhese came fro
':::i. count y atnd was our owI to
t into ais . W. I'. I larris. I s lam ii
havc 111-1 ntn d al the pro:)er plm-e
thai .l I bar ris marci in will Ith
anl'a-s and pro'essir; lld] hdl a sa:it
h:1o1 on the ro.zi rum with otliri
Cinihs fel ows. \nd wIt\. not? lie
C1as a ce I I I iS lied somethintg wot h
while. let was as ;ased ats t( ttoys
w'hen Dr. Rtiggs htainlc'd himt his cer
liile :Ii' d maC~di his how ats teCat ly
"dj I' wo'~ liedals giveit at ('iemson. Oneo
-y Ittm'liitstees for' best slpeaker lind
mte ecalled Noirris meda4i~l W(ol. Nottis,
Ir. C(lemison andi madt~e It tnbr'eak
ble(~ i. This medal is giveni for schol-.
rshi tp fori the four yearIs. One 4'(f the
tl'ivisionsj of ithe Norris mtedlal is: the
oy niustitnot only be best it scholar
0 1the lostrum i by IPries. II iggs. li
Ic lieedI the' meda'lst Lin a very'3 nti
it 5 i speech and1( his usual ha ppy' mantl
eft 'elmson betteor lovedl thtan Iloh
riends41 andtt w..iiers5 ginnetd att each
ther thte benehful of I-atittens andt
itnderson1)11 peol Ited thte atpplase
Ido wish I badl siiae and time to
eli of thie many)' del ightfall people I
it of thie old .1g. F. ('. girls of thte 90l's,
htat the trip was mat~de doubly13 lea'isani
iy -si'eintg dear oldhi s. .le('aslan
*Wainl. it wats siuch a1 joy to know aiid
(aiz /A thtit two or my13 schioolimates bad
Iiredt womieni, and( were snch devtot ed
totheris as 1$E I za .\(eCiaslani anid Kate
enley. Just as I was leaving I pass
d ani c lder'ly geunt leman on~ thle stalir
'ay that had1( come fromt ltrazil to see
Is son graduate. A .\ethodist mtis
ionar'y, Rlev. .\ir. TParbox. By I 11
(ent gr'eeiiings and love to our missiotn
ry, IDr. A. B. T,angstont, wvhom he
new rittite well and wvhott hie saw ir
union prttayer' meeting jumst before he
eft Tlrazil. 'rThe world is niot sto big
CHICH ESTERS PILLS
Ladieet Aok rou IDrugs ist,
bxes. seated with mitun ntsm. l
WOMEN GIVE OUT.
lousework is hard enlough hvIen
healthy. JI"very Iauren.- womlianl Who
Is having backlache. blue and nervous
Spells(II, dIzzheldaches and Ideucy or
bladder troubles, shoild be glad to
heed i1s LaIu relis we.. 's CX pgrime:
Alrs. I '1. T. lishop, 11.4 Park, St.,
says: "ly back ached so I could ha rd
ly get around. I felt tired and du1(ll
and all worn out and my kidneys were
weak and didn't act as they should. I
could hardly bend over and when I
did, Ii was ulmo.-t inipossible to
straighton uit). Aly head ached so I
could hardly stal .it d I w;xn aw
fully nervous. i my btch was
80 sore a11d lam I (onil d y rlly mlove
and my1' a-nkles vvil 4 Could hardly
get on my shoe . I j coulln't do mv
work. I leai11 o ) :) ' Kidnevy Pill]
I began talki will aml they (nily
rid me of im - ouble."
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The Picture The
The Kaiser G<
What Would Yol
to destroy this pictur<
may have to guard it
ilent. Hart Slightly Wounded.
A'.-cordling to a cablegram reccived
by .\lro. C. M. Clarke, of this city, her
son, bleut. A. G. 'Hart, who is with
the Expedi tioary Forces ia France,
was slightly Wrolulded by shrapnel re
cent ly. I.ivul. IHart, who was among
those who vol uin tecred for oversea-1
duty Iuu1nledilately after receiving his
L'o ill tnition at F ort Oglethorpe, is at
taclhed to the First l)ivihion of the
American army and is suipposed to
have beei in 0h0 recent great olfen
sive by the Allies, where it is taken
for 1iutanUted that the word was receiv
Cd. Those wil know bleut. 'Hart are
conulidet':I th:t this flrst favor of the
Genan.a is will be ret uried with full
m)W 1ati ur aler t he gets back on the
Engravod Cairds and Invitations.
Advertiser Printing Co.
BEAST OF E
Y and TI
Whal would you
th'a hidcous bur
the night trood I
window pcring i
ing to cn:'tch- you
one: fir you.
HIM? Of cour
wo-.:M. That's why
v lization miut rid thec world
ing, autocratic, fiendish murd
loody east who ceoks to rnake thi
--wht seoks to dlentroy all that bi<
urp os. Go se--"THE KAISER--T
-'' bow II make you a real America
Lt Drove New YorI
duction of the Man
the Present World i
'T MISS 1l
its a Terriffic Smasi
u Give to Plant Ano
attempts have been mac
e. It comes to Laurens
with an armed man.
-Two Days, Monday
bugust 12th and 13t]
25c . A
H1e hoDliIver the Goodm Is Wi tt.
tlcd to Greatest lonor.
A preparation that gives resuilts, de
livers the goods, restureu your health,
deserves youi coisideration, and Is
what you wlnt. L-Iheuio eures rhou
niatism and gout-tha' w y the
who siffer fronl rhouituatj ~ and k in
dred ails Want -iheul'i You should
pet a Lottle hen ' feel that first
pain. .- tillino -ejuvinatlng, o lin
ineit, lax' ive tIs Ise insures suc
Cess. ) sten to druggiuts who
olvr yot nothing else, you know .the
reason , yod't ask .us. Guaran
teed. Price $1.00 For sale by Laurens
Drug Co.. I aurens; City Pharmacy,
Clinton; 1ianding Drug Co., Fountain
in; ('ray :oirt Drug Co., Gray Court,
or wiite( Chaipman-Alexander Labora
torles, G reenville, S. C.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Druggliptr refu~nd money If PAZO OINTMENT falls
to) cureo Ichitig, Blind, 1) ccdi:ig or Protruding Plies.
iastnntly rel ' s Itchhut k'V'c and you cane
r.stuie f~i ~)ter the fii-A aPPlcationl. Prico G"c.
e world J
SWild With .Its
1 On the Jaw.
ther Blow There?
le by German agents
under bond, and we
r and Tuesday,.