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The Very Next Dose of this
Treacherous Drug may
You know what calomiel is. It's mier
ilry; Cicks ilver. (alom01el is dangerous,
It crashes into sour bile like dynanite.
ermCgadseening yout. Calomlel
a the bones and should never be
put into your system.
If you feel hilious, headaeby, consti
pated and all knocked out, just go to
your druggist and get a bottle of Dod
son's Liver Tone for a few cents which
is a harmless vegetable iubstitute for
dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful and
if - it doesn't start your liver and
straighten you up better and quicker
than nasty calomel and without making
you sick, you just go back and get your
Don't take ealoiel! It makes you
sick the next day; it loses you a day's
work. DIodson's Liver Tone straightens
you right up and you feel great. No
salts necessary. 6ive it to the children
beenais it is perfectly harmless and can
Insist on Bayer Package
Unless you see the name "Bayer" on
package or on tablet you are not get
ting the genuine Bayer !roduet pre-I
reribed by physicians ove.: 1wn'.y- two
years and proved ate f y nillkr~s for
Nebralgia , Pain, Pain
Aecept only "Bayer" package which
contains proper directions. Handy box
es of twelve, tablets cost few cents.
Druggists also sell bottles of 24 and,
100. Asplrin is the trade mark of
Bayer Manufacture..of 'Ionoaceticacid
ester of Salicylicacid.
R"new yI'ur health
by purifying your
and ::a ::rnbne De
mnan:1 the. car"i.ino: in 100~
anid 35c packagesc, beanndg
Try a sack of new
flour from the mill.
Theke Is none bet.
We D~eliver It.
Laurens, S. C.
'No Worms In a tIealthy Child
All ebil~p troubled with Worms. have an un
healtb ~~ whieh indicates poQr blood. ad sa
dule, h i afore orless sto che disbebenos.
GROVE'8 TASTELEBf$ ffILL TNQgvn~0
jyhr. ovtweer te i.4wi enrc h!od
*Wt ewhles~s~e.1N&ture wille
t rowoffor 1t the worms,andtheChild&wil16s
taffect h ,Plefr ttto takOe.o0o-er'bottle.
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l'OLITICAL ANNOUNCIONENTS *
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Charges - for Political Announce
lelits $5.00 in1 advance, except Coun
y Commi) sor $3.00.
I 'hlereby Ialnounce my candidacy for
e-election to Congress from the 4th
.oIgres:rionaIl Dstriet, subject to the
ules of the Democratic primary elee
J. J. MeSWAIN.
I hereby announce illyself a caldi
rt,t( for thie House of Representatives
omi L.itreis county an(] pledge my
;cli to clide by the r'ules of the !emuo
ra tic primary.
R. D)CNK BOY D.
I hereby announce myself as a can
lidate for the -louse ol' Iepresenta
:ven froim Lauirlns ,coility and pledge
nyself to abide by tile rules of the
.J. 0. IIAIINETT.
I hereby ainoince myself a candi
late to lo.reisent L:iurens county ill
heo Ilouse of Iteiresetatives and
>le(lge imlyself to abide by the rules
If the Diemocratic primary.
PHIL4 D. HUFF.
I hercby announce -iyself a candi
late for the House of lo ireseltatives
Lromn Laureis Coility and plledge my
I!, to .hiide by the ruiles and regila
ien!; of the Democrat Imrc unity.
.J. C. '.\eDANLEL.
Friends of W. . Gray herchy an
nouilce hiim a candidate for the JHou1se
4 f hoitepresentatives; and pledge him to
tb:de by the rules of the Denocratic
The many friendi and sullporters
f Hugh D. MeCravy respectfully all
niolince 11m a11 a cIandidate for tne
flouse_ of Ritepresenitatives,. su'bj~ect to
the rules of the Demlocratic primary
I hereby anlnounice llyself :a candi
:late for tile 1ouse of Ro:resenta.tives
[rom Laurens county 1and pledge mly
;elf to abide by the result of tile Deln
JAMES L. UlROWNING.
I hereby announce myself as a call
lidate for re-olectionl to tile 101us of
Representatives from Lilrens county
1nd pledge iiiyiel1f to abide by the rules
of the Democratic ip rimary.
CARROLL D. NANCE.
The friends of W. D. Owens hereby
announce him as a candidate for the
Hlolse of Representatives, subject to
the rules of the iDemocratic primary.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of County nCommis
stoner of 'Laurens county and pledge
myself to abide by the rules of the
JOE R. ADAIR.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Commissioner subject
to the rules and regulations of the
TOY A. DRUMMOND.
I hereby announce myself a candi
late for the office of County Commnis
3loner of Laurens county and pledge
[nyself to abide the rules of the Demo
::ratic prlimary. J 1 IT
I hereby announce myself for re
lectiol as County Commissioner, of
[aurens county and nielge m1iyself to
bide by the rules ! and reguiationS of
hIe Democratic primary.
A. I1. M00111.
I hereby mlanoince Iyn1self for re
etibon as County Co i sion r of
aiuirn couty and pledO myself to
ibide by the rules and relaiions of
he Dcmllocrath pr:mvary.
A. It. MAKbAKI-LY.
We a_- autho:-ize ::inun' h
lan.- of 0. U.T.N
oies udgety 1ubjet.1 the rull of
I hlerebly annmmell1( myself ao reld
dtetior til oTrle ofAditr of Lar
reunty and~l3' lee mrt l to abride oy
tie Duem ftinocratic p rimary.y
FIM Ib OS D.. YOUNG.T'
I hereby announce myself a candi-*
ate for reelecieon Tasuitr of Lau
rns counity and edgte msleof te
Deocrati pruleary ele emocran.
primry. . JU1D TLANSON.
For At fution
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of uitendoeLau
ronsg conysubjc to eb the rules of
th Democratic pr~imary.
El4RSE . Bfl CMLITTM.
I hereby announc'e mryself a candi..
date for teoeonaAutr of Lau--kndii
c~ dcto fLtrns county and peg yeft
pldemeft bide by the rules ofmcac
therima r J priADYTOM ON
PerDSupt of EucatVon,
I hereby atnfnunce~ myself a. candi
date for the offiee of Superintenident
fEducation of Laurens county and
uledge myself to Abide by the rules of
the Democratic priaiy.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for theerfntcedentSuperinuenddon
of Edatin cofut 1ans, pldcunyself
pegye'to abide by the rules egltof
the Deocratic primary.
I h'erebly 'fniOIflee nmyself' a candi
date for the offlee of Suerisoenden
fEdct fLaur ens co unlysbec o til nd
the Democratic prinary.
I hereby announce 'myself a candi
date for re-eeiteondet ofication
ofperviren 'ot Lared county myndl
legyefto abide y the rules. n euain
of the Democratic iprimary.
(M Os) HAT V.. WFFOR.
I hereby anounce~ myself a candi
date for t-hooof Supervgisrt of
oabie byuntysujet o the Dueo
of-h'merati c rimary.
JW. N. NASGH.
lardiig tReceles .Message from Hiar
vey. G.. Warit Ivelcomec.
-Wingl~ton, Aug. 12.-!eaded byI
Ulnited States -Scnator N. 13. lMal. Co
lumbi'3 coitingent o' noy seouts in
va(ded the \Vhite 4Iluse herC at 11001
teday. Wlhen the boys reached Wuisl
ington yesterday they said they wNanted
to see the presid(Ifnl -an(l deiver (2ov
ernIor -1larvey's letrwich they had
carried safely vith them since they
left home July 16. This was accom
l)lisled today when the presidelt o'
dered the big doo1; of the Wh tef House
to swing open for the reception of hisl
young friends from the Palmetto state
In a brief statement Senator Dial
introduced his constituents and told
the presidlent of the purpose of the
visit to \\ashington, exlaining that!
they had ecime more than 500 mniles on
their bike.3. T'he prcsidenit smiled
graeiously, graped each !temehor of,
the coutilnCl ly the handii(l, gel thel
name of C11 w!! fll:ed in hi'. miniid,
11t(l aussuci eachi of a wrecome, as cor
dial a welcme as the big White 11llusev
coul ir tht1m. Thell it r up to
Caldweil Wilbers to s!cak .d lie did
it in a tine ,'orm.
This younig iall ha1s 'all the inborn
liodesty of hI'; lpplular "Daddy," hut
he was Cqual to the occasion in every
way. In a fewv words lie told the pres- ,
idevt of the ('nt pleasIlre tile iBo'
Scoua hd in lmeet1ng1 h1un1 and (ifI
'Iow eme they. re-ttyat ei rd hi
o'11 lic e mn l cV. of t:1e aet that
,"Iny 21' rn1 :'r un jied away from
le Whit IHouse every day becauseI
file coal and rail strikes take orac
tical ly all of the chief executive's I
time v. 0, i
time. illis -pecech was in excellent
form and extremely d!.-loloatic in ev
ery way -nd lie and the other boys
mra de a big lilt with the president.
Caldwell Withers. in present.ilng the
message, said in part:
"'Mr. 'Prcsident: On behalf of the
governor of South Sarolina we thc
Boy Scouts of Troop 6, Columbia, have
the lionor to precit to you the in
olosed iessage of greetings."
A photograph man was on hand and
later when the hoy.S get home there
will be more to tell about Charlie
After the White louse visit the
boys spent the remainder of the (lay
at the -different government depart
menta and tomorrow will probatbly
visit Arlington, the old home of Gen.
Robert. H. Lee.
-Every moment of the time the
scouts nre here will he fully occupIeI'l
and they* will see the Un-ited States
naval academy -at Annapolis, on their
homviiew'arid trI via 1ltiiore. the at.
to" :'p.rt of 1he c omil -week.
I i'n'tcr Ch.r!He .Tickron air!
Is five sturdy y:, llg ncol'ts have te
li, s to 0ihe nationao l evpital. Itf i
1 cil; ;nd '-'i he -rill:lt as th y I
wit a3 ay he ma:' r he
he- eirgever t ".i t .hey go : 'orho
''i d . i ie ook' henhoe wor-'
.a .in0n te h...annd !. .'i::l $1 .
4nr ::- ~e.t 'i noternothr c.ent
inf th w od. igth"h~eceo
.Ceadnor tak e t::-his workitn
at Go5.a da arke tuad TherAthe
Celnd oi Dulansto nt.d ould notl
rod Higlieutenant gover'o'i noeurha
honor. btoh thatunraitio, hew sai,
200addin'satnh tookei' the sotat
whsenb hi nl .\tr bnar'wssfound "w
hd the4 coiuin the ladieuthadn.t
4onoy went aing n anther bece
of the govrld." old~cev "h
emolhent tofk this orki," iuten
ant)'ovit~ billBarrovidold foe Ats
clthiedin Pfend lasaight."oul meet.
lgetrwrk elsewhefre." 00frsevn
Undchef executive. heoflc o
lieutenato g511overnor M-euea
vivedi oto1j thato thfeitieutnant$1
200erao wo'esiing foer the railroa
'Wsey in oiso beni teso. Uteny
d~eert theclnsdthtutio the -lieutenant
governor attans allng the powesence
ofthlover or, he thtoufld eeve "the
eolueins ofe atal ifse, but1'e~ be
thrue the ast ei'tatue ofejte dn
thergoven's un nybs ae. t ee r
Barow'sdasim form0 or serinal
achier o exctve. n oVtras
Mftr. arrows aiiGoern assel
vileldi no thojec ton this heteane
therin' workcn lftorc the la.
lieera dcmlainid that theopledinnt
Blankets for their tent floor coverir
thcm and the price is always less at (
Wool Khaki Blankets at $2 95. H1ce
Resisters are the Tan Scout, :-ho(6 *rt.
Men's Khaki Pants for mount aini hi
ity at $1..45 Tke on uir Ao1 iti
$2.95 arid $3.95, and kick i he y Vu n
rel and win laurels fm your comra
In approprialtely eqtuipped for a plunlge inl
the crystal wallers of the Swanlanloal-h. and
Kollinls KAn1 Supply you' with a similia.rfanl
eyall wool hathing- mlit ait half price. he
viol!e we .hough"It 11he entire stock of saml
ia as at1 dismoullit fronm . big 111ailu1faetllr
lr. llathing" suilts for ladie.i aiti- Ineon f'or
$1.98 a nd $2.95.
Bathin:., ('a Cahng (aps f'or 23c.
.\ade, of1 faney rubber.
20, 29C.. 29C and 48c.
i.adirs' \\'isk 85c. 93C, $ 1. 25. $1.95
th (aroina Plaids. 7c.
480.~PIJ 'met er equaip 65c gor lng:e \'II
H i i t l(i 5c.i69c malt wtI 75c. xiia~t
cy 'si I1)relssathiti i 88c. atc $E39. f 1.95.iw
ph; ir ts foi me t $2.95 a ian 33.45.ta
YounI a bg .\len's fuit and1I.~i ('n evttiv '
Men~j's Khai Pas 95 2c. 39.\len's Dress
$6 9.dirs' Pantjs 6c, 9c, $1.25, $1.65,
Ruberc Pan-itI forbaie 20. ;and 35c
. Cream 5c9 at t 2375.
Chille's I 'Fanhi c Um5erca and9 Para-.
so a 1.98 $3.98are, $4ancy cl.4
$5.9, $or.4nl 16.5 79 11$.5
spoo thea 2i for~it 5. Cilren 'sI rings,
lasre settig, 2.9$.5 $4.4.5$.9e Kns
two blaes., aluminum handle, $1.25 $1hain
$1.98hed 1$2.48.d ndNclce o 0
Packaer Paf Hair bis o20, caining
ALad' Flo s, rall od, a t2 ad high
Co ress Sht. fo2aie3t$12.Lais
Chilorends tFa8cy 1.25,$1.45 withi P rube
h ael $1.9 $1.95 glas5 mabed f29and
Whnitnd eltsack baltred9t5. K
Ladiead 2atin Sper Childr.98 rins
$3.95 bladies' ahed-Romn handlers n ci
atahd .Basand N9klccfr.c
tollo Drsthe foas Bate 25Pathes'
Oxodt Public $1.2, ar.45 wh rer
* genuin weltwetn$3Y9u
W. G. WILSON'S OLD STA?
&or their Night
i Ecaamm ents
Ips. Gi INS' BIG SO1,0 nn supply
i0LLIN KS' DCLPARTM EN' STORIW. All
vy Bherl et m ed $1.'75 and $1.95. Rock
' Ain' Shes for nnl a' $1.89' and $3,95.
;it. Ie kn Wo red k Ot I In des,good(I qual.
1 b rmir of our hQn 8inly Shas at
fl m 111UI the beautiful & bush of I L '
es of n ni
8180 1.I3J. e
.\ Sc ab ' - 1d l(a f Pili d 150 :
25c.aes S,k or',l 5cl. .a. i9' c. I.:i
qualil t $le13 . l4Olie s ' I ii l lv.
( ilkb IcI IIIC iI(Ilose fo15c01bs $1ihr .
LNii l(Iia' Iil ik l'iose withso tb.kfrol 33c
brandl lat $1.35. L di ' exr i
('hild ren 's goodl quawli ty H ose lor 10c.
('ildr1 enl's baest huality fine rinbe H(~ ose
for 18c, 190. 20c, 23c and 25c. Children'
Hocks and Faney Colored Tops for 10e,
15c, 23c, 25c and 35c.
Ladies' H~ouse Dresses at 98o. Liadies'
all wool .Serge -Skirts, blue', black and
brown at $2'.75.
Iluty Chynte, wvhite, pink, blue, rose.
lavender, black and brIown, 316-inceh at 69c.
.Black Taffeta, Messaline and Satins.
316 inehes wide for only 98c. -Crepe-de
..h Cine, all colors, at $1.39.
Dimity Spreads and IKrinkled Counter..
panes at 75c and $1.59 ; and extra largo size
White Dimity Spreads. size Slx90 at $1.95.
Pillow 'Cases 36x42 at 20c. Pillow Cases
;36.x12 at 25o.
Seamnless Sheats 69c; Sheets 72x90 98c;
Sheets 81 x90 $1.10. Ilemstitehed Sheets.
extra qual ity' 81 x00 $1.25.
IHab lIhin atket s, a ssorated colors. for 715c.
.nd You'll Land on the Heights of
ike a Giant Rock There Stands
and High Prices
O L LINS.
DLAURENS, S C.