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SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY
BRINGS SURE RELIEF
For 200 yearS (OTD MID&AL Haarlem sules are the remedy you need. Take
Oil hns enal)red suffering humanity to throo or four every day. The healing
withs:tatitI attachs of kidney, liver, oil soaks into the cells and lining of
bindder and stotnach troubles and all the kidneys and drives out the poi:one.
es connected with the urinary New life and health will surely -follow.
organa and to build up and restore to When your normal vigor has been re
health organa weakened by diseaso. stored continue treatment for a while
Th l most iniportant organs must be to keep yourself In condition and pro
wmte'id. because they flter and purify vent a roturn of the disease.
the 1,1ood; unless they do their work Don't wait until you aro incapable of
you are 1oomed. fighting. Start taking GOLD MI'DDAL
Wearin, slooplessness, nervousness, Iaarlrn Oil Capsules today. Your drug
desponlency. backacho, stomach troll- gist will cheerfully refund your money
ble. p~ins in the 1oins and lower ab- if you are not natistled with results.
domen, gravel, difticulty when urinat- But be sure to got the original import
ing, rheumatism, sciatica and lunbagb ed GOLD M1LDA and accept no sub
o.1l warI you of trouble with your kid- stitutes. In three sizes. Sealed pack
moys. GOLD M'EDAL Hlaarlom Oil Cap- ages. At all drug stores.
F '" uinv vtr co I lise i -
tCA I , ac r )t tYU ~ci o u ttt.IU o u are t o3 t ~
T.'l~lI ry rset iwAres WI i
It is rel cofFee. Real
bc s it is carefully
ed--and because its
' r-.y Pound of u-zi-ilii
anne is sold in an indi
vidual air-tight tin cln.
WZ 1ANNE coffee
The Reily -Taylor Company
The foe Beautifier
oakes old FurnlturrWorn Floors,
and Woodwork look like New again
"he coTt is sonti the pasure of doing the
%vork yourself Is great-YOU'll beticlightcd With
of I the line results obtainc by usin
GOLO~ O~t kRS ONLIL
it h easily applied. dries quickly f and ddr
the .fo and appearance of loores f urnituro and
Pee ceo RE-NU-LAC Is a Stain and Varnigh
h combined-mad i espc1al y forin bautfyIn
ahomes. Try a can today.
Ask for Pee Gee RE-NU-LAC comes in all sizes, from .
Colo-Car15c up. luade in 20 Natural W oo d ad -
ern MthodEnamel Colors. White, Gold and Silver.
of inshna PEASLEE-GAULBERT CO., MANUJIACTUJRE~lS
LAURENS HARDWARE COMPANY
Distributors of PEE GEE Paint Products
5 T ART AND LIGHT
Tour'ing( Car (d Roadster
SYST 'MI DEi LUXEi'
C>,;sider tese ad~vanlta/Is:
-. 1Sir~ i ' pow r to. stilt 3the stifest
\ non mil( (oht we. r.~~ICI I
Gene33 to aut3 3333n333tie-d11y '.1pphets more3(
ii I ttI ~~crrentt when Ighsl are "on"13 -de(Ireases.c
1 curretnt when htghts are "toW."
Ittnlneter'3, ca rbuiretor choke lever, in3
3 rument3t board3(, stIrting,. switch3, rail lampl
and 11( bulbh, aind fuill (ti)3ipment are ftrnished
3' 1 *'P' -~Rek(tiires lhttle: attention and( ineCrcases
usefulne311an resuale vadue of youtr Ford.
acemacy33 tha 1 t chtara 3c tr.1' AtwaIter Kent
'H ViRCent Motor Car Co.
Distributors for Laurents County
Publishers' Associatlon in Session to
Devise .Means to Meet Acute Short
lirningham, Ala., Nov. 2t.--Follow
Ing a day devoted entIrely to (iscs
sion of t-he acute white paper sitiua
lion, the Soutlhern Newspaper PubI isli
ers' assoelation, In session here. all
pointed aI special committee just bfore
adjournment, to draft suitable resoli
tions expressing the senst' of the mem
bers which will be presented when the
convention reassembles at 9:30 o'clock
The members of the convention are
ulan.tillolus ill their expressiolns that
something drastic must be done to re
duce the consumItion of paper, not
only for the benefit of larger tsers,
but also ill order that some of the
smaller papers may be saved from
stispenion of publication bccause of
intalibily to secure paper at any price.
Various meIiods were proposed, ill
cluding raising of subscriptIlon rates,
ill'case' ill advrt'lisinlg ratIS. 'luttiUg
down special featu(res, perceitage li mi
tations on i the aliot1101 I of advertising
tatter, as compared with the amiouit
of readinttg llatter, and (vell placilnug
limits upon the aliolint of adveit is
int" which slhall be cat-ried in dadil
il Sulnday 'srtle.g. Wtile thle mm
h rI% i 10e u (ited ill the lheJie'f that les
i, r m1 us ilist he lsel.d, it wast In- sent11i
niecn: (d, lmst of Ilhe spaesthat cur
ailli'nt is a local prolheIt which ui st
h1c wo:-kecl o.u1 by lhe various coml
munllities inl ti llallner that is best
Isuit I to their local condition..
Ot 11(e (Illestions to be taklent up to
llorrow will ill'ude tie labor situat ion
a., it efleets tIhe variollI; publishers.
Tl- coivilltioll, whieb, assellbled to
(ay is al ext raordinary session ealied
esliecially to treach some basis of tun
derstaniding onl the paper situation.
''lh atteldalce is Ia rge and thor
Mlemberis aret present from 1.:1 Paso
to l(ynchburg. \'a., andl froi Kentucky
to 'lorida. The delegates have re
(Ilested that therhe h' as little olcal el
tortailntll(ll as po slble, i oriler that
Ihey may dvove4'I th ir tiltire tilli to
iant before 1hemt.
A Gll:E-.li-NT SIGNE:D
Il'Y lii0Till -:ltil 00D)
Eith-loi r 1ll)a.i nd Tiien nol-n-iaIf
ver i tile iare l'r bled inl Wiua. N ewl
('o1nlt Ends Iol.u NegollItiotS.
\'shingion, Nov. 21. --.\ ne\ wage
an11 working agr'Cellent was sigled
late today het wei tile railroad admin
istratiot and officials of tle Brother
htood of .\illtellallce of Way l.llploy
((s and Iailway Shop 1ahortercs. While
delands of file tnion -were not fully
ltet, tie eight. hour11' basic day was es
iabIished for track laborers and others
of that classification, IId time and a
half pay after that hour was jprovi(ed.
.lost of file other eimployes included
under the agreement will receive time
an1d a haIf crt pay a ft ti en
Sigingll of the tnew (01ntract by Di
reeltor G;eneral 111ines ended negot in
tions wh.ich141 have blen iln progress
since0 Februt'tary'. A lpprox imalltely 400,
ttiui men are a ffectled, rail roadl ad mitn
istrtat ion orfficmIs est imat ed. Tlhe con
tract also provides that it shall he ap
pl ienle durI inlg the pleriodI of federal
('onitro o((f thle r'oads tunless notice( of
IbirtIy daiys is g ivenl of its eanneellIat ion.
"'Sin'ilally,"' an annltouncemlent by
.\l. IIlinies says, "th e new conItract pr'o
vide1s ( ovetime for tregl1am sect ion Ila
borerC Is 1)41 oth1r emp(11 loy('s in Ibis
rlassilicent) ex(cept laborers inl exltra
or floatinog gangs wvhose (emplloymenlt
IS SeasonlI anld temInporarty ill olharna
Iter andl4 Ietafin emloyes whose Ibosi
iusal lab~or w~ilIlihe lpaid on the biasis of
tim and':4)1 one-half alter lihe ('ighthl
of the' meal( period, 111 thu applyintg thle
la l y4:'r fi r important.4 r i f of 144
a r It'a 107l 'h nih at~vl leG
y r. taeel :(I tlti re.e' ; . rth
Thepr~ i hrn'iter alx beiai
ntIIIlgl Ian tI till(' t14ur 441t4 t4 ini. y n 4 l
o -lt'if'l' altith tent h alr awhert -
atS14 t'mploee hhin position14 cottle
as 1ra, br4idge 4414 V h.ahway~ 4r4ss
ing11 w tchnmnt4' I 144 4 nal men atril way-'(114
(ily watci1hm yen4 at. isoate 'pont I an
81umper' wi' cntne'ob.ai o
LANFORtD NEWS. *
44444* 444444 e * e e *e *e
Lanford, Nov. 24.-The Baptist Stn
day School had the- pleasure of hear
ilg an address by Mi'Nr. Lamar 'Smith,
of L2aurens, in the interest of the 75
'Alillion Dollar drive. All enjoyed it
very iuch. The church has a Very
tender regard for himil through the
mneillory of Ils sainted father, W. P.
Silith who was pastor here at the
nte of his death.
11ev. J. T. 'iller was sci back to
this charge. this being his fourth year,
and he was back at his post, conduct
Ing the first service Sunday morning.
The -lRural Improvement Association
met last Friday at the school house
with the faculty and school, enjoying
a very helpful meeting, Miss Daisy
I larris, home demonstrator, being
present and adding much interest to
the meeting; also giving the promise
to mleet with all the ladies in the home
of lrs. C. 'Ii. Waldrep Wednesday,
December I'd, to demonstrate the Ise
of the steam pressurs canlinel in pre
:ierving meats. Let al come that can
and observe the worl'.
Mis. M. W. Fowler, our principal,
was called to the bedside of -her aged
!lOlilothe inl Troy, wllo is very Critically
1ii. - l 1rs. ''wl li1eft 31onday after
'lh(' Woman's Alissionary t'nioll had
a glorious melletIg Satir-day afternoon
njioying a (dvotiolial and inspiring
program, thli Collecting tile offerillgs
and dites, ailnouniting to s'omething ov
1r $S0.00. The serving committee con
sist ing of .l isse5 Ik('lle Patterson, Car
rie Iou -ii iggins and Virginia I)rul
molld, Served delightful 'efreshiment Is
filrilished by the members. This was
deeidely Our best illeetinig and fa good
Ibeginlning oil the geat task before us.
AIrs. .1. D1. Cooley was preseit and
made an interesting talk oil the fi
portance of missions and tile good
they are doing in foreign countries.
Mrs. Cooley has beeni ill the 'hilippine
Islands forI a number of years. lier
husband has a govelIilleit posilion
there an(1 sh11e has been connte d with
volinteer missionary interests in that
territory. We are please d to have
her back ill ler lole town. She will
Speint soml timeiv lere vith1 her l'ar'
onts, Capt. amd M.\lr. J1. W. LaInford.
Alis l'elne Lang4ton, of En'orce,
was tle -ruest o(f .11ss lielle l'atterson
.lMr. and .l's. J. .\. l'ayne, of' (een
wood. were the gtestS. of .lr. if. .1.
.Johivonl Sunday. .
.lessrs. T. A. and Frank Drummond
nd .1. W. .Jollson wenit to Greenville
Plriday to see the football game be
tween Clmsonl and lPurmian, which
restlt'd in a lie for the state cham
pionship, 7 to 7.
Ai. lred Cox, of Furm'nan I;lil'niversity,
Spent tile wcek-plnd with his parents,
Mr. and ArS. C. ). Cox.
-Mossrs. Yates and Charles Waldrcp
fiomi Woffoid C'oliege iisitedI his par
31lias 'Nor'a Cannon was in Liaur'ens
All per'sons arel herehy warned
against hunt11ing or otheriwise trespass
ing5 upon11 Ourl lands5 known as thle B.
Al .Owvings anid .Sus, .'l Ilamlett ptlaces.
Violator's of tis n ice wvill be priose
('ted to tile fuli ex eof thle law.
Corns 'Tween Toes?
Use Easy "Gets-It"
fully, 4JlorIoumsi) . Never Falls,
It is easy for "'Get s-I I" to r'eal'h
''hard-tO-get-at'' cornls, andi bettecr
yet. it Is easy to remtil~o themni be
right off .iu-i like ,lbanana p(ai. Y'ou
wit a kn'eor li r .e ih i
Arn drnpsjl Offt "Ge"-tatth
tt nrfis ou rle. hd 't for
eailoy' wihth'e 0'l g11 lllas(ro indh
litrke of1 everyi "G tI) 01t" oo t o ?t
rhaelsanot hurt I the' te fl ea -ry tl
:i rops smif '' sI ' ht's alsig iee
f atil ''fls oi te'I h 'll
"Gefls-'.it" the ltl glass lguaranited
m'oney-bof evern eo<r 'costs' 10 e but
a trifle at anly dilig storeI. Al'f'd by E.
Lawr'tlE ' & 'o.. C'hiene.o, llt.
$1 id'.wrd' a on eeyb
For Stomach, Kidney and Blood.
Price $1.50 at Leading Drug Store.
The BroaLwayl For the hits that Broadway
aik as famnous-that make Broadway famous
--that Pathc brings out firt-are there.
And every other I.ind of music that New
York or 'Frisco or Columbus or Greetville
likes--all on Pathe Records.
Poor Littlo Butterfly, Belle Baker 22208
I Love Him, Belle Baker J
Freckles, Billy Murray
In Miami, Arthur Field.-, 22198
* Mending a Heart, Sam Ash
Open Up the Golden Gates to Dixieland, 22199
Acme Male Quartet
Weepin Willow Lewis James &
Elliot Shaw 1 22200
Your es ve Told Me So, Sam Ash
I Used o Call Hler Bnby. Billy Murray
If You Don't Stop Making Eyes at Mr. 2219
While Others Are Building Cnstles in th a
Air, Campbell & Burr
Some 'Time It Will B Love Time, I lenty
Go!d,-n Gr.te, C.unpll & -.-r
Whcre i:, the G'r! I . ' : Al, Tuine:
Ta::i, Joseph Snmu.li' Orche..rn
My Baby's Arms, Tuxi..do Sym1opater'l
rrouszeau Ball, Tuxedo Syner;:aters
Big Chief Blues, Master Saxophone S'n..
Somebody's Heart is So Lonely, Master 22140
0. B. SIMMONS
Laurens, S. C.
'Soft. Rayo lamp light is the cheap
e st light to) burnl)-nowv and in
(Good kerlosenJe oil is the' most
---it is easier n the eyes and
nlerves-is steady :u:d generous.
Ratyo larnps are scien tific light
generators- ive notoul-ls
a Iifetimec-- are easily filled and
cleaned-can) be lighted without
removinlg shade or chirnney.
Aladdin Security Oil giz'es best results
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