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Gray Court, S. C.
Undortakers and Embalmer
Ao ansag;ered any hour day or night,
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW
ram ,utlentionl t'lii to all busilnm
Oki"") t'% i4 l l4 II) t il su t
Take notice tha oni te '10th day of
u~gu 4st, 1912, I will a finl al a -
unof I., acts and d oi A
tinis1-tralltorl of the '-state of 1). A. .\ar
in,. deceased, I ell 010office of the .uidg
i Probate of Laurens county, at i .
/clock, a. m. it&&. u.. the sam.e (lay Will
apply for a final discharge from my
trust as administrator.
Any pet'son indebted to said estato
is notifled and required to make pay
ment on that date; and all persons
having claims against said eatate will
present thenm on or before said date,
duly proven or be forever barred.
J. W. MARTIN,
Grove's Tateess chilfi Toueto
'restoes vitalityud nergy by purifyiag and sn.
richiag the blood. You can soon feelit~regth
'icing, lavigorating EFfeet. Price 60c.
Por indigestion, Constipation or
Just try one 50-cent bottle of LAX-FOS
WITHfl PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive
Laxative pleasant to take. Made and
recommended to the public by Paris Medi
ecine Co..manufacturers of Laxative Bromo
Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic.
e eeAsV AND ISs encoOL.
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August 12 and 13
HIC P LL8UO
KAISER TRIES TO
ENCOURAGE HIS AIUEY
Emperor William Issues a Proclarna
tion to the Army, in Whickh lie Re.
cites I nst Records In ils U;ual
Amsterdam, Aug. it.-The coming
of Amerlean armies to France and
numerical superiority on the part of
the allies do not frighten Iermany,
declares Emperor William in a yro
clamation to the German army and
"Vital 'or,-es which are streamin.
acro3s ';;e z- a to the enemy," he
said, 'ari I.eia. :'.tacjed by Gzrnan
submarh Z.) 0: h are certain of sie
The emperor in his proclamation
which is dlated Atugust 1, alltided to
the sitecesses which thle Germtlan fore
es have won, the bringing of peace
to the eastern front, and the heavy
blows dealt the allies during I he pres
cnt s;ummer. Ie a. uted 1!o-. an
:nId navy that alt hough theyI arc in
(he inhidst of tih o de t.tr-l of'
4 oI . i n o
- T ey me teo-or
-A . 1 1, 1,1 , t ~ h tI j i
i to~ 1h.,''
t11 o I I
la *kil'-: and fighling the vital F rI-vs
which arv streamain across (he Sea
to the -neiy.
"N'ver ready for battle, the h igl
sea forces, in tintring work, guard
the road for the suibmarines to the
open sea and ini union with the deC
fendiers of the coast, safeguard for'
themt the sources of their st rength.
"lFar froum home, the small andl
heroic band of our colonial troops is
offering brave resistance to a crush
ingly superior force.
"We remember with reverence all
who have given their lives for the
"Filled with care for their broth
era in -the fid, the people at home
are, in self-sacrificing devotion, plac
ing their entire strength at the ser
vice of our great cause. We must and
shall continue the flght until the one
my's wili to destruction is broken.
We will make every sacrifice and put
forth every effort to that, end.
"In this spirit the army and the
homeland are ,inseparably bound to- I
gether. The united stand and un
bending wviii is certain to bring vie
tory In the struggle for Germany's
right and Germany's freedom,.
LOOK AT A CHILD'S
TONHUE WHEN CROSS,
FEVERISH AND SICK:
Take nto chances! Move poisons from
'ilver and bowels at once.
Mothers can rest. easy after giving
"California Syrup of Figs" because in
K'fewv hours all the clogged-up) waste, I
sour bile0 and fermenting foodi gently
moves out of th~ bowels, and you have
a well, pliayfu chld again. Chiildren
simplly will ot take the (Ime fronm
play to emipt their bowe , and they
become tight packed ,li t gets slug
gish and at ach ered.
.When cer a, ' sih, restless, see if
tofigue is ed, then give this deli
cious "fr laxative". Children love
it, and it can not cause injury. No dif
ference 'what aids your little one--If
full of cold, or a sore throat, diarrhoea,
stomach-ache, bad breath, remember,
a gentle "inside cleansing" should al
ways be the first treatment given. Full a
directions for babies, children of all
ages and grown-ups are printed on
each bottle. .
Bleware of counterfieit fig syrups. t
Ask your druggist for a bottle of hi
"California Syrup of Figs", then look
carefully and see that it is made by d
the "California Fig Syrup Company."
We make no smaller size. Hand back
with. contempt any other fig syrup, n
LOAN NEXT MONTH
Campaign for Fourth Liberty Loan
Will Open 8eptembei'28 for Three
Washington, July 31.-The campaign
for the fourth Liberty loan will open
Saturday, September 28, and continue
three weeks, ending Oct. 19, it was an
nounced tonight by Secretary McAdoo.
tn fixing three weeks as the length
3f the campaign for the fourth loan,
instead of the four weeks as in pre
vious loans, treasury otticials plan for
i more intensive campaign. A shorter
3ampaign, it was said, will also en
,Ible more business men to enlist as
The (late of the campaign was an
lolulled at this time lin order to al
low orIganiatoI n 1s11 to )rP.ir for the
sale of bonds and 1 pr'ent the
lnning of other amill1Ins.; which
might interfere w'ith the HlotatiEon of
he loan. Although otliciail alin.>nnec
i t hlas not he l ade [h- amellu
f ! h1; loa proba11ly will b(
h h f .l . . ll \' -
'r ('ailt on, wher lhe h Ias <-e
'd a pos itn
Vi 1,1 10)511(10
.\lssrs. E- : . Walke r and 13on Nick
es have returned from a fishing 1ip
.\Ir. and Mrs. J. T. Garrett and ehil
Iron, of Greenwood, were guests sev
ral days last week of friends in Wa
.\r. 'W. Y. .\eNill has returned from
business trip to Blaltimnore.
The Miost Unworthy Speeh og All.
There has been no little resentment
~xpressedl in~- many quarters of the
ecent remarks of former (Governor
'ole L,. Llease concerning the service
n the army of the sons of GIov. Rich
rdl I. Mlanning. In a sp~eech at Bramn
veer! the other day lie ina(luoted as
"The Governor brags that lhe has
lve sons in the army. It is so. Yet
iI of thenm are strutting about in
uretty uniforms and holding commis
ions and are in no more danger of
neeting bullets than this electric
ight under which I stand."
The resentment is not that he apoke
hus of the sons of Richard I. Man
iing, the Governor of South Carolina,
nd a successful ipoliticai Olpponent
>f Mr'. Blease, but that he should have
>elittled the service in the United
states army of any son of any South
Jarolinian. As has been stated this
loon not injure Governor M\anning, or
is sons, but it does reflect upon cv
ry man who is in the service.
Such utterances, according to the
htate, wvhich newspaper has taken no
ice of the remark, "are calculated to
ow discontent in the hear'ts of sol
"They would," as the State says.
'have the effect of poisoning the
ninds of some of the soidier's against
heir comrades. They would r'ob
touth Carolina of the honor and
:lor'y that South Carolina's sons
rouid bestow upon her by offering
heir lives in her service.
"How much of this sort of thing
till the people of South Carolina
"WThen six South Carolinan brothers
o to war, as privates and ofimers, do
hie people of South Carolina, like to
ear them ridiculed and insulted?
"Is that the kind of patriotism that
istinguishes the voter of this State?r
"Do ani' of our people Aiko this ~
tothod ot Dolitleaf namnakitng?
"Are any of them prepared to put
the seal of approval on it at the polls
"It 18 not the patriotism of Gover
nor Manning and his six b5oys that is
on trial. That Is beyond assault. It
is invulnerable. It Is the patriotism
of South Carolinans that is to be
"What Is loyalty?
">Is it to stand on the stump and
'ridicule soldiers of 'Soulth Carolina
who wear the American uniform?"
In this connection some one has
contributed the following informa
tion concerning the whereabouts of
Gov. Manning's sons:
-W. S. Manning is 33 years old. He
enlisted as a private when the call
was made for soldiers to go to the
border. He went to the border, served
as private until the troops Werec
11)on the d(clarat0io of war with
Geininy he ain enlistd as a pri
Vate. Sub. qtueltly le wl nt to2 lo
'* ~ ~ ~ n vv(2' a)2 2 ' (22kl l't i
on i .2 ..4 I no x a 't
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Alabama Carpe-nter Makesi
Amazing S igned State.
Ient in Norfolk, Va.
tl[Alte CrplEne 4ae
'ALL SYMPTOMS HAVE
)octors Said It Was Pelag'a Frew
Steadily W1orse for 7 Years. In
ally Flids (Quick iedif.
1Mants the W1orld to Know.
'I 11A1 GAIN FD Six POUNDS, TOO"s
Hiere ia the amazing story of a man
vho had been gIven up as a victim of
'eliagra and wvho wa2ndered through
he0 principal cities of the South in aln
iffort to find' relief. It tells how after
even years of suffering he finally dils
overed a natural herb medicine that
lid1 what nothIng else seemed to hav.
he power to accomplish. it wiped
nit his (118 se, according to tihe words
>f his ow signed statemient.. here it
"The d tor's in B ingham, .-la.
mnd Atla a, Ga., agnosedl my ease
Is Peliag a. I ought I would sooni
lIe as mi st tlents (10. hut they
reated C von year2s and( aull the
im~e I g tally grew worse.
"1 saw th~e newspapers how a new
lerb met eine called 1)reco had bieen
liscoveredl andl how it was helpIng so
11any~ other suffeorers fa rmV var0on. d is
2ases. I declded to try It.
"When I began on D~reco the skIn
mn my hands was22 cracked Open and
ny stomach was swollen to twvice its
Ize. After taking three bottles of
)reco all these symptomns have disap
Jeared, my appetite Is implIroved andl
can eat anythling I want. I am now
Ible to work and was piromoted to
lay to b~e foreman at $8.17 a (lay.
have gained six pounds, too."
(Signed) - H. J. KiNCAID),
10.19 -16th Street,
Mr'. Kincaid is a native of Alabama.
tt the tIme of signing the tbove state
nent he was empolyod b~y Porter
3r'os, contractors on the flush Bluff
Dreco, referred to by Mr. Klncaid,
n an herbal medicine made from
oots, barks, herbs and berries. It
ontalns no mineral salts or acids and
recognized as a valuable body r'e
onstructant and system invlgorant.
Dreco may now be obtained from
iodern drug stores and pharmacies
Imost everywhere and is particularly
cemmended in' Laurens by Laurens
Cof reyil~ INSUF
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Co.,of Greenville, and am prepare
They are general agents for th<
Greenville, the live new company <
J will appreciate any business 1
to it promptly.
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, There is only one way to<
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and we will do our best to s.
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This is an expression
ing voice. To fret and
to your discomfort. I i;
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on some of these ice
ed or white: 'en, B
other light eight textur
same will relieve the situ
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arens county for the Citizens Trust
I to underwrite all forms of insurance
P Southeastern Life Insuinee Co. of.
of this state.
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