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Old Age and Death
tart t Liver
Your liver is the Sanitary Depart.
ment of your body. When it goes
wrong your whole system becomes
poisoned and your vitality is weakened.
The best remedy is
Dr. Thacher's Liver
and Blood Syrup
A purely %table Compound. laxative
and tonic in effect. Iti cleans put your
body. and puts energy into your mind and
muscles. We recommend this remedy be
cause we know from many years' expert.
ence that it is effective.
Keep a bottle in your home. 60o and $1
at your dealer's.
THACHER MEDICINE CO.,
I. S. BLACKWELL
Attorney at Law
f',Efhinpt attention g.ien to all business
Mioney to loan on !teal Estate
P(tce Phone ;50 Residence Phone 96
(fMlle aions Building
B. R. TODD
Engineering ant Contracting
Land Surveys a Specialty
'uerete Work Skillfall: done or In
rawinigs and estimates of all Kind
Undertakers and Embalmers
(.aila anwered any hours, day or rnight.
. For Sprains, Lameness,
Sores, Cuts, Rheumatism
Penetrates and Heals.
Stops Pain At Once
For Man and Beast
25c. 50c. $1. At All Dealcro.
Dr. 'T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
offlce in Peoples Bank Building.
J. ROY CRAWFORD
Pls Tiracinigs, lkluie Prints, Etc.
hIonte 2001 Clinton. S. C.
A. 0. HlAltT
i1loJIma 205-207 Masonie '' Tmple
l'ostofilee Box 685
Greenville, S. V.
omp1It attention given all business
Practien in all COUJRTS.
ILIHEUMATISM P9 1DEI
anI. made for a single P141)os heuma
lism in its various fori s. f troubled
with rheumatismi, try It mn on our
guarantee. Sold only us, 50e and
Eureka D~rug Co., Laurens and Watts
S !mpsonu, Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
WIi Practice in all State Court.
rompnt Autention Given All Jiusines,
Notice to Creditors.
All persons hioling claims against
the estate of .lhn II. .Jones, Sr., do
Ceaxed, are hereby notified and re
juired to present them, duly proven,
1totrle or to the Probate .Judge of Lau
lejS County, at Laurens, S. C., on or
h'dore the 1lth dla'y of October, 1916,
oJr he forever harred.
CIA FITON .JONEh4,
Notice of Saile.
Ina pu rsuance of the will of
Mu a. I). A. llitt, we w'l~l sell to the
hiighes I huidder on October 2nd(, 1916, at
Latues :ourI house, all of hter tract
of t' c ontii ng one0 huned ihii -
t! -I(.'d ares. si tute d i 'the s' '
( '.)ii:urchaer to pay3 for i'aa ers and
DEEDS OF DARING.
German People Stirred by Ex
ploits of Fighting Mep.
REWARDED FOR BRAVERY.
Acts Performod by Irnmolmann, Wed
ligon, Von Muecko, Uoolke, Sohlodien
and Others Havo Attracted Much At. (
tontion-List of Heroes Long.
Bierliln.--GerinItI~y U11) alwn~y beeig 11
land of hero w(rship. and everything
halts ILeenI dole to) eneottrage it, especii.
ly in this war. The list of (Gernian
heroes lus been a long one, and then,
too, there are the thousands of others
who have died unknown and unsung.
Lieutenant iiumeinin), the aviator,
was very young. When his denth be
anno known a great wave of sorrow
'Wept over aill (:rnanny. The last
aero)lane he shot don(14 was his six.
Since the days of Carl ''heodoro
Koerner n4o young hero has been so
44 4Z :
i'hotos by A ri1C1n1i a inress AsocIation.
TOP, LiwT TO luoler, coUNT 1)OINA
sH(IL)IO i1:N AN) (CAPTAIN inOIMI.KE; LOw
En4, UAP'T41 iN-1.)iU4'1ICNAN' O1 )111) wVID
DIOEN AND 11 I.Ul'iENAN'r I 4MME-h1AANN.
poptIlar in (Ueriiiny as Uns Otto Wed
I igen. Ills menii ory. Iike Koeiter's,
wii be forever yoling.
As soon Its i-l was old enouigh he en
tereIdl the(4 .4..1 tiran niarline. where his
eler brother was arendy Jiln o1licer.
Ills 11nrine inr eer was 1 it neteor-ike
one. The deeds of his l: hunt, in the
present war rang through the world.
the t'-i1 sending down (lie IEnglish
cruisers A Iukir. l1ogue rnd Cressy
1n)d the large erniser Ilnwke. [Ie wias
then yat n cint rge of the U- 29 and
giveni thet order) of th le I'otir le Alerlie.
Tlhie U-.29 5:ank lonir Uirithish, I wo
Th'Ie IlhtrIg deed s of4 thle l'4ileti and1i
the Ayesha arie well knowni. T1hie Eln)
deni wenIt ot 4iinder t he co))ninand44( Of
Capin41 vounI luell. Icha iising 14nerchantl
v'essels in thle sen4 of' ligalI where
she spreadl terror. The EinglishI enaled~
her thle "lyinug D utehntn and44' 41 gav~e
chase. Near th(le I eeling Isinnds the0
Elntden suc-cu 1)hed aftecr ii herole re
81i(tan4ce. nad aii del tnehinend~t isem4)4
harked oni thle 15slands1 unde4r tihe com
mand44( of Ieutenanlt von Aueeke.
Thiey took wIth the th)C1Ile small41 boat,
the Ay'eshia. A fler niany exitinig ud.
venltures thecy succeeed ini reaintg
lie Ariinln coalst. I tere t hey had
many413 en)counters with the Arabian
tribes. bult they made theIr way to the
I ledjas ra1ilwa~y and41 then4ce to Coni
statinple~lI and4( then black to Ger.
many143. Catin vi on NI uelier was laken
prisonier by thle Enfghlih.
The AMoewe became the su('cess1'or o
theCse twio boats. and4( h~er 'ommaniiider.
Dohna-Schlodieni. Is famous014.
Sice the0 deatth of Imm1)e11nni. Cap
tain Iloelke, thle iler, hans been tihe
1mo0t popular of all1 thne noW actIve
young German heroes, Ie 1414 brought
diownt his twentltit aeroplan~e and4( sov
eranl months ago was14 given the order
Pour le Nierite.
She Prefers Jail to Farm.
D enver.- lIlrm lIfe maiy appeal11 to
someC folks, but Jail lIfe seems pr'efer
able1 to Mirs. Agnles U. Adamslil agedl
twenity-five year's, who deCserted heri
husband and1( fourl cilren r4eiently
rathler' tha 1 iny 8()3onger (in her hiux
band's tru-lck fatrum In .1leersn county3.
NI rs. Adm~l s wias airreste by i l 414 liae
Ol44''fr lartoni lI JtId. UIiven theia 141
' t ive of returinlg to th fiarm ii or<
11'.iag ni (chairge of diesert In: her ch II.
dIren. shme r~epilled: "1 won'ti go hack.
love iiiy husban ld antd my chilldien.
too." she4 told( I 'oll . N laroin lInavIs.
Umbrella Struck by Lightning.
ro)w1'ly scapeid with hIs lIfe here theI1
4ab er rhsty iin 41thle 4obre1lla he was)
'PnyhmW~i ws ak hiy lihiIng. Ih(:.
Nas >0ns thai h le *~ ee<' he en ve.,
'*'eet in a b-lIl Of tlamei .i leg.' nut
irl. - nre' still numbl~l firi th4'e ffe' ,4i
SAVED AFTER TWELVE
DAYS LOST IN 'MINE
Young Polo Doclares He Had Neither
Feud Nor Drink.
Itoeheister. N. Y.--1,st for twelve
lays iI tlt2.40 fol ;evel o1f thle et4s2o
.Ill til . . v.e:; lf '44.G ' tene 1, liet,y .
,1oo S11 y. l y ne".1ars ll ob I (1111, was
ouritl byv :1 1e(0( V.allynurnl
illie' the w o l".1(r Is v.,p)(.114014'(, lie
aitl I tat I 1: (: 1 neit her fool 1a41r drinak
lhiin his w;i nhtinse iut lyiyint .s
vhe ex). adI in hint lie i ta Vii~t ie
miist lide fou iilt atr.
"I hnall hteen wortking- It day 1111(1 n
alght withol.ut slern" shl ikinny.
l'et11 oi i el w'l ti wny w lien
1 boss w\"1151sn't louking and went to
deep. \\'h11(n1 I woke 11p It s5 ll
lark and1 einiet, andl I was senlred, I
Benny, so far as011:4 be gather(ed
'r011n his story. Set olt t n the (rail (1I
lis colnutnioos, but lost It sonichow
itid got duiwi to the No. -I level. which
Inll( not boeen1 workedl for eight years.
l'he electrie" light co(nne< t ions ha114 been01
Qenloved lonii1 ago. mnd 4 not ai ray o41
ight, even at noonl. lienetra1ted it) the
avtternotis; 1111'z1, w\here (the senred1 l'o
Ish boy was lost.
lienniy solii that for Ihree tlays he
1111 ot ad1 ( streagt I to inove from
h1e! spot where the rescuers found 11un1).
FAMILY SOON TO BE
REUNITED IN COLLEGE
lother and Daughter In Same
Class; Father Will Join
Lew \IlhI la.-Whelun sixteen-y ear
'I Elinr I aoiughts enteretl the fresh
111 tins it fI the University of Iownit
his ternia her I tothei'. Mrs. tF. L. )oig
21s. wife o1f 1 Itigiland arI'uk college
irtfessor. enrolled in t he siime class.
Together they will s5l f'11our years
n Iown ('; ty, working 'or their de.
ree,'. 11iad next year. when) Mr. )oug.
:Ls retlrn to lown( (ily to cotinlete
he work 1'(or hik .\. A. degec, the en
hi' fanily will ble Itunite.
It is II 11:11ter of famnily tranlitha.1)
MIdt sentimnent wIch-I Is re'sp onsible for
n1other 11111 teh.iehtr aittentling coullege'
ogether. As the gray hairied. teinder
'yed little wonian says:
"\\'e ha1\e atlwIays pitined1 that when
Elinor went to ('oll(')e I should go
with her, will it has been one of 1":Ii
101's iielleils I hit we' shold go bat'k
to Iown ('Ity. where tier father worked
tls way (1throu.:h1 Iy doliig o141 Johs for
OLD DOG SAVED TWO.
Collie That Was Under Sentence of
Death Rescued Illinois Lads.
I)taville. III.--Shlp. n collie dog thlt
wa':s to have ven killed b'e'nise of 111:4
ige, saved1 I le san !s of his 111151 er. II Te
'y .\iller. froni deat1 w l'iI they were
Ittnecked1 recenitly by lil zuigry ImuIl.
,Jnke .\liller, lip' twveny-(hire., andt
lielltllne Miller, u e litf4i , still are
it 1 serious condh109ol of inlfurles in.
lite(d b' the inuiini1a. 11nd(1 Sh1(. Swnth
'il In Iiluh:e. :lndl with nit' leg in
litu: s, . Is Lbin.g ...r...1 o in ti . h l ous
The bo.ys hadI gon' f'or te 4ow s aiad
tiere 11 n i'ekd btliIle bl, t wiuh Shopet
12Itlin i' aelien froi Othe I .0.i. 4' oh
nirged isa awoawnd HitSh
tence Was Reduced.
Ileiaver2. - San t iuel O)wens, (char1gedl
villh assaril1t with iinient to kIll, in the
vestside Icourt satv'd Ihhiaself fr'oini 2
1aress ig thle J ii ry haiself ii a plen1
ng hiuni gullty, 1 > -i ll re ll Pthe tonvctilon
Th'Ie miullm penalty onl tils con0
Fiet Ion Is 1 yenr1 in. Itie coun1 3JtytjI.
,.vhitle the ioaty for' assau14111llt tol kIll Is
Owtens stru'ck hIs ifie. I.tIlliin i. 'thI
I ret'olve "inI thectir home114 foilIowinig at
tuar irel. ie k znked heri I unc'onselousti
11nd was atriested in thac ct ohf sewtitg
It)p ~th wound in has ifte's heatd wthl a
ICeedle ad Ithrendt.
S-raw In Child's Lung.
A nn Arb'or,. Mich'l.-A me11 t scew'
uti a inch lonbg and4 i a quariteri (If aln
Itenmai( 14odged( in thie lunags ofr four-"
renr l-tl .tfurgery t'enree da4. 11ugkcteri of
'('lt 1y by' 12. 'mornl to0i, w~tituit t he
1h1 4' a1 kifle. In -Iiitrumens or ai ple
tat'i th3 411.rateniid theIIaI ch. l's a~ale,I t
y3 (< reeps~l.
JLoglessa Men Soll e
'C Avhloi hi a leg. ill losinn; thieh
hid1s lia raIlway :': Thits. have
I4i6ghtI 44u1lI nn I 11rlb-iniiuh comIpany
'his iy 44ndt- wi .'..rat it in the
.n2(tr4li. 'e 1 iiena re'2 \\ ' i r fli
ilt' yN bacI~I~ik If
you want, it.
The place whe
A half hour sper
will tell you mor
for men, ladies and 1
children We cor- 4
dially invite you to
Come in and see
the snappiest line
of footwear this
You will find here
the most fascinat
ing variety of ex
clusive ideas to be
seen in Laurens.
A swell line to
select from now.
Just what y o u
The new model
Women's Fall Foot's
are certainly beaut:
The shoe manufactu
these days, must be
artist as well as a S
In leathers there
Calf, Patent Colt
Kid. Handsome i
colorings in Mahog
Russia, Etc. Some be
tiful new models i
colored kid tops.
The styles are 1
heights. Longer var
Dark Tan with C
Leather with White
/4eet Me Ai
re new merchandise i
it here the New Suits,
e about correct Fall S
Men's and Boys' De
Smart, well-styled, good
tailored, fairly priced mer
:handise is our idea of
tts worth your while to come in
%nd see the suits we're featur
ng at $15, $20 and $25.
Boys Fall Suits and Over
:oats. Make your selection
early. Our li es are complete.
suits from $ to $10.
Munsi g Underwear
No ot er Underwea'wears
onger,1 its betteror gives real
solid cmfdit and satisfaction
ike Munsing's. It's made by
people who know how and is
extremely moderate in price.
Childrens 50c to $1; Mens and
Ladies $1 to $2.
Ropu er C
and K /
oth Lace and Buitton me
tips with LopziliHeels.
:hampasne Top; Grey witi
Top; Patent Leather with
>ur Splendid Expert
that is of such gree
Woman wanting a
r% lo nMIi cou
s arriving daily.
Hats and Shoes
tyles than hours
The latest shades
and styles are now
on display in this
correct Hat f o r
Fall can be had
here in any quality
from $2 to $5.
Hosiery a n d
New stocks just
in. All the latest
styles and shades.
The kind t h a t
dels in a variety of
iPearl Top; Patent
Lt value to the