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VINOL IS 11E'
Honest Opinion Doctor Gave
Bedford, Ohio.-"I was i&a Ditiful
condition, weak, n vous and run
down so I could not o my housewojc.'
I had doctored fo years a'-fied
everything under e a. friend
told me about Vi o . I asked my
doctor about it, and he replied, 'It
certainly is the best medicine that can
be had today. I couldn't give you
any better.' I took it, and today I
am as well and strong as any woman
could wish to be, and it was Vinol
that saved me."-Mrs. Frank A. Hor
key, Ash St., Bedford, Ohio.
We guarantee this famous cod liver
and iron tonic for all such conditions.
For sale by Laudrens Drug Co.' and
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
cause. There Is only one "Bromo Quinine."
E. W. GROVE'S signaturo on box. 30c.
COLD OR COUGH?
'Why, when Dr. King's Newv
Discovery so promptly
T'S natural you don't want to be
I erelesvs and l0 1hut iI (.41h1 41V
C0ugh4dr1 onl or that1 new nonek
(drdo) serolus!ly. 7E v.1mn you n
get 'jteh a provedu Sut (4 ' Jil retnedy
as )r. Kinlg's . w 0i;c-" y.
Cold, cou:l grij*'o, . r n does not
Its (11uli1y .s h4 iigh L2'l as 1, I .l
way~s has (In--aild It's vngown
stead(lily I Jopllh.iJy M niore 0han
I Ifty .2 ' . 1Qc iil a::( ot ( o
ait za rugssCive a til
Tardy Bowels, .nart Liver
'hey .just wonI't lof yq (' p t ! " ,"
Into your 'work mr la2y. S.ick lea
nehe colines frnr4t1)1n waste% Inat
ter an( inpuritic; in I!;( body.
Feel riglt for anything--uke the.
liv r lively, Ih!, n w ! ;n(.1141n regn,1
Marly, wvith D.Ao. W Lifeo Pil.
Sinoothly y"et positively tile; prodice
results that cleanse lie syst "n!
nm11-e tie liver atnl howels res
the (mv.sils of a strong, health
Still 2c.-at all druggists. Tr
Mrs. P. M. Jones, of
Palmer, Okia., writes:
"From the time I en-(
tered into womanhood
. . looked with dre [
fronm one mio :e
nlex . I red with my
ba n~d bearing-aowvn
pain, until life to me was
a misery. I would think
I could not endure the,
pain any longer, and I
gradually got worse...
-Nothing seemed to help
me until, one day. ...
I decided to
The Woman's Tonic
I took four bottles,"
Mrs. Jones goes on to
say, "and was not only
greatly relieved, but can
truthfully say that I have
not apain. ..
"It has now becn two
years since I took Cardul,
and I am still in good
bealth. . . I would ad
vise any woman or girl
to use Cardul who is a
sufferer from any female
I yott suifer pain cautsed
from womanly trouble, or
If you feel the steed of a
good strengthening tonIc
to build up yourrun--downl
system, take the advice
of Mrs. Jones. Try Car
dual. It helped her. We
believe it will hely you.
Compliments the County
and Operating School
Law Brings Out Mor<
State Superintendent of Educatk
J. E. Swearingen who made a tour <
parts of the county during the fir
week of the month with County Supe
intendent of EIducation R. T. Wilso
has wrItten tbe following letter
ir. Wllsqn. giving his impressions <
laving spent November fifth, sixi
and seventh with you in your school
I am writing you a brief summary i
my Impressions and conclusions.
you care to use them for the inform;
tion of trustees, teachers and taxpa;
er., you may do so.
Wednesday's itinerary Included Or
Lanford and Central. .Thursday gai
me an opportunity to visit Laurel
high school, Bailey, Mountville, Cro
Hill and Pine Grove. Friday took I
to Woodrow Wilson, Barksdale, Gii'
Court-Owings, Shiloh, 'Merna at
Tis group of fou rteen communiti,
ilIelifdes high scho'o1s, riural gradf
schools and termt extension) schools.
preenltls a1 wilde ralge of huilding at
equiipmi)en(t lotn the vorst to he bve!
TheSe' comunilities represeit Ilt fo
ward loolding eduentional imiwov,
ments!- inl Iaurenls counlty.
It ''as a pleasur to linI a r
n( t-l( ic. well "11eted t, eacing corp)
IThe ,to.- lt. of te couty r j ij
:- itn t!a tl upon hl ir. suciIes i
opeii- m1nd (praig, t ir i nhool
Tho shotgl f teache r- is mtucht ii
tu inl a numbii er 41f othor conlii
The volunl ter:: yo h t pli d i it
1t cla timsrooml s v ijc po es fit
spirit .and( -mAd Irainling.. The attitui
of th (,t:!f I'rs in !ur (; oid resuill
il yourl chools.
S \.,.:I-, parl a1 ly .rav, tfy in l i
findi a 1gooflly "pr-inlinl! of prog'ressi%
inenl. The 'prohh-mIls of dIi!ciplineo an1
of n tru iInfrque tly Ir Iu tiIl
:nasflin ' ow h. ' sI leciall, for boy
ut1,11 yo ::i, In : itt - ft s.,; tto bo col
Sali-aertli uponl yoi st Irw", wm
prinlcipas. The ih seh ool at Cro
1Hl is pfrf icularly 1-ort nat1 i nl th.
'us to bfe unus
'11. The p1(i
iu itur d e
t' ll Fory At'el
li t la have emi l y i
.t ) tioi ak ll " or this silitii
Ir ;t'tly ar tOf l coiitillulate i t
anIt t fhjir actio f. It i..; -Sitially 11
liia 11 l t lh tr teit es are() lookinge ml
carteeully after Itheir il pri uay ld
Ito her tlu- her. po hc tes
teine nof -duiingst ehI
More apup ishn it thsee ( heog ec
fifthte aithiland ai cnt rae
iblegh ype ino mderig school atef
anurc tdi'ntinaligyhting eniatci
heih antin seaing. aeful' rasl
anductifon Tars ou.Thy wuere n
and I o-etcngrtdatedn y-one y
hadpob seedn him own the inhommn
Thy om Shlsora (le: tatbong
this hin stolandas andehid bu
idg pnroram.nth aitienrs o
huntres ho weve. wilhe snrlli
toleayfrn thti -urren curaion
trutions ae still ford o fempl
candon nether teacher o
Tis axed sticen t theldenve.
Thein oketwa.hildna plasure
Grleand hatnan thosesei tohe eo
mirale taxo cmdernu tcho are
tetemeyheueofste vls gu;
an'es hipror tiheig oryvetcot
thcsting her seapt0. Carefl ando
local spptron hnues1 excllt cgi
Upon Success in Opening
s. Compulsory Attendance
n ly increased if a progressive educa
t tional program is to be formulated and
st executed successfully.
L- The advantages of the Equalizing
n, Law -ought to be utilized promptly In
1o at least two dozen districts. This can
f be done only after the taxpayers and
voters of these distrlcts have levied i
h1 an eight mill tax for school purposes.
8, Classroom Progress.
:) The interest of teachers and the re
If sponsiveness of pupils must underlie 1
t- all successful work. Impression and
expression should bo the aims of every
classroom; repression kills. Individ
a, utal spontaicity rather than uniform (
io restraint should be the reasonable
a right of every pupil. Now that the
i Compulsory Attendance Law has
is brought .boys and girls into the class
y rooms, teachers might try to make
i these classrooms even moi e Interest
ing and attractive than they have been
a hereofore. The neglected, back ward I
A and physically defective ought to be
it Igiven sympathtic consideration. The
ti average (hii chl will set Ihe staidard
i. for Ot school, heause such chiidren
-- are inl the majority. liight11 plipils
- shoui iot le giveni Imore than their
dile propotion of t ine and attention.
Taetdchibtenl usa l tak goodl
, care if themse les provided 14hi
, hare iI i noufih work to keepii thet
in a ffew ela plsrrme tnpils te
. I trugg lng. with1 I.:Itin wvhenl they did
.not un-dersta r1ev ondinarilt Enithiieit
-. terniinolo_!y. Thev (hi4f value of 1,atinl
d onlarlary aild colias itin of pil Hs.
to If the t it e of 1.atin do roys Ih is
h ackgroit l, te nllweevctio i; etroad
r)it1 wa a greal pleasurve tii l notet hih
S1uniersal i trseity and otenent
( I tof then. p lte. \Witi a l h tumi' oottonl
ok al tiii-esna pvicsi for rot
e. Ion, th farmers of 1ar es thve a
.I i - it to trot ep officar an against the
1 advent of the holl wvevil. The rtad
o itit trog am larth fr lie clint h iglrwliy
s Iaurens is ahead of n0inet
cans of loe t iies i 1thi respeot.
The onff iltd hospitality of ithe
. folk always mlakes a visitor fevel a11
honl. I look forward with grea
-leasuIre to ou offiial and personl l
- asointion ill Working9 With trulstees
Said tnitfor the ihlrenl of the
V-1nn not vloe tbis letter withoNt
than111king both you "Ind your0t1end
n1 an, Officeri, .\l-. TJayler, for. thev mlany
i iYours rspecti'illy .
t .1. E. yAW I-AIINt.'-'
.State 81u11. of Ideto
lupen Ks id i few couris, ed l
r i mise-.
'The very- i-s 'so opens :uri dlog
i gedi-tip inoit *. and thle air Juassaiges
tiess, -ineziin.r. -ore-n-ss andti sttufness.
ltj ' alie's t'old t'Oilnpoiund" is; lie
e < ii-kest, surt . relief kniowtn andi
(-osts o:nlyv a few. e-ts at druig stor1es.
It a-ts without assiistance-, tastes nice,
tonaini- nio tininu --isist upionm
-tit - ---
tiC Stat nii of tile ('ondltliti 41 liie
te i'l.0 P.l:iS H A \I(,
me I.:enatedl at Gray ('ourt, S. ('., att the
4y hloe ofi brainess on~ 4 Nout, 17, 1911!.
Ltanis and Discouts . . - :..133,76. 12
Overdriafts....... .......... 4,753.73
ino t'ttituret-i and F'ixtutres . 33S2
n. ln i Ioue......... 35 I0.0)-i
Due rom anksand li- k-:
5 ers............... . ....7
rt' Si lvert and Other C- oini . . ..:..
Ti- otal.... .. .. . .. ..$22,525.78
by Capital Stock PaId In . . .$ 5O0000.00
n- U'ndivided Profits, less Cui
i'.. r-ent IExpenses and Taxes
al d t .. ..k and .. a.. ... 2,561 .96
Due t Bans an Baners ,005.15
if- Indivldutal lDepiosits Subject
of to Check . . . .$15,201.73
Id-- Time Certificates of tDe
er)osit .. .......2,092.20
ic CashIer's Checks 1,664.7-4 170,958.67
pa- Tlotal ,,..............$22,525.78
Or.. State of South Carolina,
ich Cotunty of L~aurensu.
il, A. .\. Owings Cashier of the above
>u~1 inmed bank, do solemnly swvear that
or te above statement Is trite, and that
to the above statement Is trite to the
m- best of my knowledge and belIef.
tin- Swr to and sublscribedh before me,
ise thIs 24th day of November, 1919.
ti-- CretAts Notary V~ublic.
CorectAttst:Festms T. Cuirry, C.
'1s. Iiobo,0 P. Ri. Abereromble, Directors.
Statement of the Condition of the
I'EOPLES LOAN & EX3H1. liANK,
oeated at JLaurens, S. C., at. the close I
of business Nov. 17, 1910.
ioanis and 01scounts .. ..-$4241,009.52
)verdrafts . 9,741.11
londs and Stocks Owned
by the Bank 25,000.00
'urniture and Fixtures . 4,250.00
lanking I ouse . . . . .. 10,000.00
ue from Banks .,ud Bank
;old .............. 370.00
,lver and Other Coin .. .. 1,027.58
.hecks and Cash Items .. 8,171.39
)ther Resources, viz.:
1'. S. 'Liberty Bonds .. .. 26,350.00
War Savings Stqmps .. .. 834.00
Total .. . . ..$611,281.37 1
.apital 'Stock 'Paid IV. . . . 010..
lurplus Fund . . 25,000.00 1
d1(iivided Profits, less Cur
rent Expenses and Taxes
laid .............. 56,3611.8.1
)ividends inpaid .10.00
ndividual Deposits Subject
to Check .. ..,$3113,143.94
avings Deposits 37,065.97
lime Certifleates of iDe
posit .. .. .. 108,004.71
"ashier's Cheeks 1,664.91 .159,879.53
tate of South Carolina,
County of Lanurens.
Before me came C. W. Tine Cash
er of the above named bank, who, be
ng duly sworn, says that the above
md foregoing statement is a true con
lition of said bank, as shown by), tie
ook.A of said bank. .
C. W. Ti'iNE.X
Sworn to and subsribed before me
hik 21ih day of Nov.. J119.
W. I'l. McCi'N.
Correct Atiest: W. A. Watts, 11. F1.
Iones. .1. W. Todd, Directors.
DAREN'T EAT I
Take "Pape's iapepsin" and
eat fa rite foods
wit u car
Yourl mval's hit bach! N"our Stoml
Ich is souir, acid, gassy and you feel
o141ed after ea ting or you iave hleavy
unips of indig.(estion, pain Or ieaiacie,
mlt iever mind. llere is instant re
Don't t upset' Eat a tablet of
'ape's Mialinl and imedi atelIy the
nldigestion gases, aidity and ll t stotm
ch distress cautsed by acidity ends.
l'ape's Diapepsin tablets are the
mirest, filuickest stotmach relievers in
he world. They cost very little at
JOS'D A.N B;
GLEN t4'Vi LL
In a little town lives a
ordered by his city edi
for the press and pubi
the difficulties of his t
begins his task. "The
House Friday, this wt
Statemnent of the CoUndition of the
BANK OF WATERLOlO, I
ioeated at Waterloo, S. (., at. the close i
of busluess Nov. 17, 1919.
oans and 'Discounts .. ..$119,781.58
)verdrafts . 14,081.13
Ourniture and Fixtures .. 1,000.00
lanking House . 1,800.00
)ue from Ianks and .Dank
urrncy .. .. .. .. .. .. 4,109.00
i1lver and Other Coin .. .. 546.95
iieeks and Cash Items .. 144.88
)Wher Resources, viz.:
Liberty Loan Bonds ... 10,551.50
Total .. -18.1,353.87
aIapital Stock Paid In .. .. 25,000.00
urplus Fund . 15,000.00
Individed 'Profits, ss Cut
rent 1txpenses nd Taxes
paid. .. *4,787.98
)ue to Bian and Bank - .2,900.23
)ividends I -' .. . . 7.50
ndividual Deposits Subject
to Check .. . .$1 15,599.12
savings Deposits -1,880.616
ime Certifleates of De
Total .......... ..-tS4,353.87
state of -South Carolina,
Coutity of Laurens.
Before me came N. W. Fuller, Cash
er of the above named bank, who, be
ng duly s-worn, says that the above
Ind fote-oiig statement is a triue con
lition of said bann, as shown by the
looks of said bank.
F %.G. W.F'L l.
Pwor' to and bub:seribed before II(e
htI 25th day of November), I !11!.
.1. .J. .\D)A.\S.
('orrect Allest: .1. ". Sith(I, p. J.
.\ndri. II. K. Aileni, ire )ctois.
Mup tarine Subdues the inflamma.
tion and Eases the Soreness
Quicker Than Anything
Else on Earth.
Pne 7 oiIi 3in cents and get n ig Iox ot
Itegy's INUIS1tit1rP.WneI .i'4t shi' origitnal
imustiard plaster nt is made of stirnizg.
real. yelow muitistard-no substitites I
It's known as t1h (iclekest pain killet
on (arth, for in hundreds of lustanes
it sitops hendlcie neturalgin. tootctihiet.,
eallnehe and backnche it 5 minutes.
I L's a sttre, speedy remedy--none hw+
ter for bronchitis, pleurisy, Ittumbtn1igo
and to draw the I itamtiatlonl froi
r'our sore feej there is tothing so good
You get re' ne~ ti ithl3ttistarine-tI
goes tfte tie pah\ nd ills it riglit il
the reel.J'es, it hturits but It won t blin
ter-It op ' . agonizing pain a sinj
(im t ho . It kceq gie It a ood hiealtti
oni) ell Ili 11 tinjw-It MIlt pa in. &8k fopi
nnm get Mustaritno always in the yellons
lay, Nov. 2
7 N ---
,young Newspapet. Reporter
tor to interview a grouchy M
(city were proverbial. The"
ask, but he refuses to be dist
a Girl" was ................... See
ren 10Octs; Adults 20 cen
fusic for all Pictures by Mr.
Tre spass Notice.
All persons are hereby 'warned
igainst liunting Pr otherwise tres
)assing upon our lands. Violators of
his warning will be prosecuted to the
1u1 extent of the law.
.1. A. WOVI'POR1D,
T. -L. F31'L1Y.
ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE
Mame "Bayer " is on Genuine
Insist on "Bayer Tablets o Aspirin"
in a "Bayer package," containing proper
directions for Headache, Colds, PaIn,
Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Rheumatism.
Name "Bayer" means genuine Aspirin
prescribed by physicians for nineteen
years. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets
cost few cents. Aspirin Is trade mark
of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetie
acidester of Salicylieseid.
- *..; We give yrtt tihe best
u1a lity: ;11 heLite,
i Ind whleal rangi;o
B t Prices
Absoa4'1y Guaranteed to
- The Very blet al.es, III laItest oYtls
arl' iuost ieureme sizta (an%1bl1
11 n11n1 1 11in I 1 llr I WIt wn . rl r
r,r2 b-e Is d sigeel I ,, It IsI ( I tIt
lmost vxactIn:. Our 40'sie t filtting
vives: alen011te .ntIsfation~. Our f1
Inistitedi eaitalog shwa many of1 thei
best andl lit(:, 1 14. V(111n w Il savo
nionvy andj( 41 Lost gai 3j tstcto
by rdering- b~y jinl.
Write For Catologue A 18
, who was, one day,
illionaire whose hatred
Yioung Fellow" realizes
~ouraged and smilingly
the rest at The Opera
ts. Plus War Tax .