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In Cooking, th
Depends Upon the
H you use ihc famous Wesson
Snowdrift Oil you have only the
weight of the article cooked, but NO ADDED
GREASE WEIGHT. It cooks through and
through, BUT NEVER PERMEATES 1
Wesson Snowdrilt Oil positively produces the lightest,
daintiest delicacies which ihc culi
nary art can boast. It is scientific
ally relined by an exclusive process,
to a degree of perfect healthlulness.
Iiis 100$cooking value.and 20%
more economical than the best
lard, and 33 1-3% more eco
nomical than butter cr olive oil.
lie constantly on . nv against substitutions ami imitations which
have been InspireJ by its tUCCes*. Call lor the genuine Wesson
SnowJrill Oil, made by
THE SOUTHERN COTTON OIL CO.
COOH 1 AsV your dealer for the timouiWf^on
am* I U llis supply ll cxhsuste?l, ?rite at out i
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lirecl toour Athnta office, irlv
I ? , V: lice, ?ith splendid ton mo.
ailiDtf Women's Club*.
Have You Tried It?
There is a bottle of Cardui waiting for you at the
drug store. Have you tried it?
If not, we urge you to do so, before your troubles
have obtained such a bold on you, that nothing will drive
Even now, it may be nearly too late. But try it any
how. If anything can help you, Cardui will. It has helped
in thousands of cases, where other medicines had been
tried in vain. Why should it not do the same for you?
The Woman's Tonic
"My daughter, Octava, would have been in her grave
today, had it not been for that fine medicine, Cardui,"
writes Mrs. Laura Lawrence, of Drennon Springs, Ky.
"Nothing I tried helped my daughter, until she had
taken Cardui. I had sent for the doctor, when I thought
of your medicine and got a $1 bottle. When she had
taken four doses she became all right. I often recommend
Cardui to my friends."
Your druggist sells Cardui with full instructions for use
on the bottle.
Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanoo?a. Tenn.,
for Special Instructions, and 64-page book, "Home Treatment for Women," sent Ircc.
We want to do your
and all other work in the Tin |
and Sheet Iron Line
We will sell you a better grade of
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than you have been using at the same price.
We make anything to order out of Sheet Metal
P.Q sure and see our Metal Shingles b< Pore roof
ing your residence.
Yours for better work and material.
Dl WER BROTHERS
Gray Block, Sullivan St. - Lauren?, S. G.
? mg y
'* Wanted! 1
To pay you the highest market
> price for your cotton seed. Lo=
cated'between two cotton plat=
|R. M. Eichelberger I
Col. Thos. B. Crews, Distinguished Veteran and Commander of Camp (iar
lingfon, United Confederate Veterans.
CLINTON NFVVS FOR
THE WEEK RELATED
Raising ^?in.uiio Kudouiiicnl Piind for
Thornwcll Orphanage Schools
Benin Neu Vonr.
Clinton. Sept. 27.?Tho Rev. ,1. B.
Branch, who has jus! returned from
a tour devoted to oltorta to raise ^L'n.
000 for tho endowment fund, states
that ho feels greatly encouraged. Mi
lies about ball' the fund in hand. The
time limit is tho first of January. 1911.
Tn ninny -ways the affairs of Thorn,
well Orphanage aro in excellent con
dition. The schools are in better con
dition perhaps than ever before. The
pupils have been hack for a mouth
now and then- has not been a case of
serious illness or of contagious disease
among th< in -a thing to ho wondered
at when the many routes they traverse
for their vacation visits is taken into
consideration. In reply to a recent
question Dr. Jacobs said that the re
ceipts so far for the fall an- behind
Mr. Sowers of Stntosvlllo, N. C. has
been secured as manager and instruc
tor in the wood working department
of the Technical school.
A nay SCOI10 was that at the skat
i lug rink .Monday evening, when the
Preshytorlnn college students took
possession and introduced the "rats"
to the public. The "rats" were all
in black face and arranged in such
splendor as the taste and resources
of their dictators suggested. Some ol
them made very picturesque figures
A number who had never before hail
on skates were extremely ludicious.
The (dd fashioned hazing with cruel
beating and rough practical iokes has
almost pine out of style at the Pres
byterian college, lint just to help them
feel at home the now boys are dressed
up and blacked and then after a set
ting up at the drug stores < ncourngod
to be as entertaining as they can.
Tho annual reception to the now
students will he the oVenl of next
.Monday night and arrangements are
being made for it.
Miss Mottle May Neville visited her
home from Friday to Monday,
Mrs, I>. .".!. Frlersoii and children
returned la I v pelt from a visit ??;
her. cousin. Mrs. R. '/? Wright.
Ml'S. R. V.. Wright, Mrs. .1. W. Ki n
tiedy. Miss .lane Kennedy, will he
among the Clinton visitors in Lau
rens Wednesday for the unveiling ex
Miss Kli/aheth Bean, organist of the
First Presbyterian Church, has ar
ranged to no to Converse college on
Tuesdays for pipe organ lessons.
Miss Daisy Eichelberger of Lau
rens has aceptcd a position as stenog
rapher with Jacobs and company. She
is making her home with Mr. and Mrs.
.1. L. Wright.
Prof. i). B, smith of Cross Anchor
was a welcome visitor in town this
Mr. Joe Phinney returned to the ( it
adel in Charleston (his week.
Miss Nannie Oliver returned to her
home in Marietta. N. C. Monday after
sin extended visit to the family of her
aunt. Mrs. .1. W. Kennedy.
Miss Mni'gui'lte Hogg of Boonevllle
Kentucky is visiting her cousin, .Mrs.
|J. B. Branch.
Prof. .1. X. Burgess of Clemson col
li ege und Mr, Plumer Burgess <>t' For!
Motte were in Clinton part of the past
i Little .Miss Kmmic Voung was host
ess to j> number of tiny lots at a
swapping party Saturday afternoon.
All the gusets bad a jolly time.
.Miss Kllene McCaslan returned last
week from an extended visit to her
sisters in Tennessee and Mississippi.
I Mrs. \. n. Henry has as her guests
'the Interesting children of her sis
ter, the late Mrs. Hell of Arkansas.
I Miss Anne (_'. Burgess has been
critically ill for several days at the
Home 01' l'eaee. Thor,i .?eil Orphanage,
with gastritis. Her condition is very
alarming ami gravo Will's are enter
tained as to her possible recovery,
Miss Iren, Prince, teacher of the
second grade in the public schools,
was called to Anderson last Monday
by the severe illness of her father
and has not yet returned.
Prof. 13. II. Hall's little son has
about recovered front diphtheria. Two
Other suspected cases have been treat
ed with antitoxin ami are doing well;
Mr. ami Mrs. T. I). Copeland'a child
and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Blalock's.
Till: BAPTIST ASSOCI ITIOX.
Annual Meeting Will be Held Next
Week With Itahun Church.
The annual sessions of the Laurens
Baptist association will he held next
week with Itahun Creek church, begin
ning Tuesday. October l and conclud
I ing Thursday. The Laurens associa
tion embraces about thirty churches,
i The retiring moderator is Rev, K. ('.
Watson, pastor of Ruhun and other
churches in the county.
In addition to hundred or more
delegates from the various churches
.Of tin- county, roprosentnti, ; from the
different departments of the church
work will bo in attendance.
Davis-Raper Ce'.?>, Milliner) Dep'l.
in I),?( ember ions, and I"- !..":' mad
an eltlclenl and faithful olOeer. Slier,
iff Owlngs has not named Mr. Culbi ;t
The Demorest Comedy (Company are
playing some fine plays and have i\n
excellent company. The matinee today
will be the Blue and the Cray in ?'? nets
Tonight "Lena Rivers", teis is said
to he their best [day. t hange play
Your complexion as well as your
temper is rendered miserable by a dis
ordered liver. By taking Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets you
can Improve both. Sold by Laurens
? Make Your Plans to Attend THE STATE FAIR
It Is the One and Only Great State Fair
The Fair will bo open at night this your.
More and bettor attraction*!, An exceptional midway.
Finer Jin.! niora general exhibits In tho stock and cattle dcpartou-nts.
A trip to tho Fair is a campaign ?)f education,
it is money well Invested.
All (In- railroads oiler cheap excursion rate.*?. (|
High Class Attractions at The Columbia Theatre.
Remember the Dates:
October 31, November 1,2,3 and 4, in Columbia,
the State's Capital.
if you want Information about prizes or anything else, write
John <;. Mobley, President, Winnsboro, or D. P. Eflrd, Secre
Your relatives and friends will be at the State Fair?they
Now is the time to
- - = Insure Your Crops of - ? -
Cotton, Corn, Etc.,
Horses and Mules
Against Death From Any Cause
I J. F. TOLBERT
> LAU RENS, S. C.
^ In New Ottice in Todd Building, South Harper St.
W. Q. Wilson & Co.
Have opened a full line of Black and Colored
Wool Dress Goods, Ginghams, Outings and
Flannelettes, Hosiery, Underwear, Table Linen
and Towels. Also a complete line of Domestic
Goods of every description.
Special values in Ladic
Grs will arrive this week at
RIGHT OVER WOOD SHINGLES
can be laid without fuss or bother rijrht over the old wood shinnies. eluitiKinK tho
topfil your building instantly frr.m ft fire ( Mrl.rr t<> A FIREPROOF H?OI" that <
will last aa lunsr as the bulldln?,' itself and never need-, repairs.
For further detailed information, prices, etc., apply to
I .ocal Dealer or
Cortri^ht Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia, Pa