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PROPERTY INSURED $2,500,000.
WRlTE Ol CALL on the under
signed for any infornation you may
desire about our plan of insurance.
We insure your property against de
Fire, Windstorm or Lightning.
And do so cheaper than any Insurance
comipanmy in existesce.
Remember we are preparod to prove
to you that ours is the safCst 'and
cheapest lan of insurance known.
Our assoolatic 1.L now leelled to
write insurance in the counties of AM
r beville, Greeiwood, McCormick, Lau
rens and Idgeleld.
0EN. J. FitAEt LYON, 4'resident,
Volumbia. S. C.
J. I. lILA Kl E, Genl. Agt.. Secy. & Treas.
Greenwocd, . C.
A. 0. Grast .. .. .. ..Mt. Cari ,
J. Mi. Uainbrell, .. ....Abievi .
Jno. 11. Childs, . B......radi.:
A. W. Yotungblood .. .. lIodg., I. C.
S. P. Morralh, .. .. ..Wilington, S. C.
L. N. Chianerlain ..McCormick. S. C.
IR. II. Nihols-on . . . . I':dgefield. S. C.
F. L'. Tim i an1111111, I'' sant Ilne, S. C.
J. C. Mlartin . . . . . . . .Princeton, S4. C.
W. . Wi:tr ton. .. .. ..WtrIoo, S. C.
1. . 111.LKE, e.Ag0.
Ireenmwood. S. 4'.
Milier's AtiIseptle 0il, hnownii as
WVill Positively ltellew 1'1i.in1hre
Tryb it right now\' r. rhe'imat ismt,
nlelralLin, Un h vn or, lifT and
swo ll *in llt pails5 ill the I'hal. blak
anld inh .corna1. " 111,0.'. (1n-. After
one applivntionl ;,1; I uas ii
A new remedy %'!-A IIiternal!:- and
externally for !o.:. . ohh. er()u,).
Sore tho t. dipthtrV.1 anl ion iliti.
This (01 i.; ((nt( "It'd :I) le, the O
pweetratine reinl fly L. f)wn . !s
pronmpt .1- ilinnu !!ate 1vele '.n re
Hleving l: il Is duie to lhe fact t:: it
peneotra es; 1(l the :; I--'; :h at
onC . . Ai . . I 1
dropsl fin tho 0-iclo'.' 117 - (4 :olv
leathil. and1)I it will p i thi::
stanuce ilhroln2h and ik:tolgh il tllhre
A\eret no i-ubst n. T1his. ateil oil
Is golin red color only. kvery hot
tie guaiiraiteed: kn. .tnd $'l-.0
bottle, . rioley Tehuned. The 1an
rens Drug Co 7-1i
H UGH B. CUNINGHAM
('IVIL ENVIN EE1t (M. A. S. C. E'S.)
SUIl'EYS-DESIGNS AND CON
In Steel, C(oicrete, Wood.
WATElLtAO, - S. C.
('Cnre PalmetICI to Bink, Laurens, S. C.
W. M. NASH,
Terracing, Leveling, Drainage'.
GRAY COURT : : : S. C
Undertakers and Embalmer
Calls answered any hour day or night.
Slmpson,Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
WR1 Practice in all State Courts
I'rompt Aitention Given All Business
N. B. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Enterprise Bank Bu~ldlags,
Laurens, S. C.
PRAtJTICED IN ALL. COURTS
Long Time111 Loans Negot iated.
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Prompt attention given to all business
honey to Joan op iteal Estate
Offlee Phone a' Residence Phone 95
Oltir , -mons Building
0, t. Feathterstone W. B. Knight
'EATH'iERSTONE & IENIGHIT
Attorneys at Law
Laureins. 8. C.
i ~uisin sau untruisted to Our Care
wi il Hate P'romipt iande (areful Atten.
Office o'ier P'almetto Bank
IMr. F'eatherstone. will spendI Wednes
day of each week in Laurens.)
J. ROY CRAWFORD
Plats, Tracings, ine Prints, Etc.
Telephone 2804 Clinton, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Lauren', South Carolina
Odice in Peoples Bank Building.
DR. W. F. FLOWERS
Graduate with 19 Years Experienee
De~ntist and Surgical Work
Posey's Drug Store
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TYE1SVLIA NEWS. *
Tylersville, Oct. 8.-Rev. .1. i. Wil
Hamis filled his regular appointment at a1
Langston Sunday afternoon. i
The farmers of Ils section are quite d
busy gathering thelir crops dui ring
these lovely aitumn (lays. v
AlrS. L. II. Blramlett and Miss .Jessle t<
Lee, of Waynesville, N. C., are spend
Ing some tilne Witlh .\r. and .31r. T. I'
P. Poole and fatily. 0
.lMiss 1,1ula D onnan, of \Vhitmire,
st petit tihe week-end with relatives here 4
Alrs. Jasper Marlin from near Ora,
Is spendling a while wNith Mr. and Alrs.
.\t. anl .\It:. V. It. Cooper spent
r with ielatives niar Cross An
Nli 'Iat l-o and family from
.;i'0tk inn lmant inst Thursday wisl
\i1. tid \lrt. .1. W. Dontin iland fain
.rs. .lartha hlakeley of Roebuck, C
iS sp'imlag a while with I relatives and
Iit'inis inl the coliti nittity.
.\rs. .lim lowler, an( daughter, 1
Mis, carrib i ow ir of t the Warrior 5
('ruek !ection and Alrs. Toy Drum
ond a) (1111ldrenl of Lanford Station
viitul .\r. and Alt's. T .Y. Poole and
Wily llt t rsday.
Air. arnar-el Andrews Is, spomlding.
i while with Alr.. Alargaret ittle.
Alr. T. 1'. l'oolo anul rl:11tghter. Aliss
are Psh' 11t41 rlts. I,. !H. l-niraeftt
lm .!e.essie Ivee, mnotored ove - o
Anidrson ?onday to visit Mi;s .\aitie
It' i)o I'on)tto \\ w ot is a1 litding .\ndesol
('l T t his year.
\l s 1.11a 'I~o lon a and( .\iss (' w
forl w.e.ro inl Luriens shopping 8atttrt-1
S 'voral frotn lie neighborliood aI
ndervicts 1t Hel1any Sunday.
Missos Grace 'oole anId Ltey Doln
ntanii were in Iatt rells Friday Oil busi
Misses Elliel Mellaniel ald Alayie
Irby and friends wver the guests of I
-Aiis hi ('latk Sittiday afternoon.
MOTHER! YOUR CHILD
IS CROSS, FEVERISH,
If I inguie Is cofed, I breali hid, stoli
Itieh Sourl, eleanl l. and bowvel.
Give "('alifortnia 'yrup of Pigs" at
ont((e a leaspooifiul loday often Saves
I sick (.hild tomlorrow.
If your 11it0te on Is outt-of-sorts, I
ialf-sick, Isn't aetntin eatina and act
Ing natrially-ilook, Mother! see if
tongue Is coated. This is a sure sign
that 8i little stonacih, liver and how
els are clogged with waste. When
cross, irritalble, feverish, stiomach seour,
breath had or has stomach-ache, diar
rhoea, sore throat, full of cold, give it
teaspoonl'll f "Californla Syrup of
Figs". and i a few hours all tile Con1
stipaled ppison, undigested food aid y
sourl bile-,geitly moves out of its lit
tile bowdi Without gripling, and you
have a' well playful child again. t
M\Iotkys.can rest easy efter giving a
ilIs harmless "fruit laxative', because r
it never falls to cleanse the little one's
liver and bowels and sweeten the
stomach and they dearly love its
pleasant taste. Full directions for ba
bies, childr'en of all ages and fot '
gr-own'-upjs pr'linted on each bottle.
Jhowar'e of counterfelt fig syrups.
Ask yourt drtugglst for a bottle of "Cal
ifor'uia Sy r:t p of FIgs'' Iln s-e tha lint It
is mtadie by thle "Callifot-tiIa FIg Sy'rup
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* iRABUN NEWS. *a
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TRabun, Oct. 8.-The weatheri for the
past week has bIeen ver'y much like
fail and -the f'armier's are Ver'y busy a
trying to get aheadl of Jack Frost.
Mrs. Willam 'Bur-dett and MIss Car
t'le Stone spent Monday with Mrs.
R~obert Hiellamts of 'Tikkory Tfaver'n
Miss Allie lHabb, Mrs. SmIth Martin
and little dlaughter, Anmora, visited at
Mrts. Rebecca Owens' Tuesday.
Mt-s. Florence League andi dlaughter',
Miss Cora, were in Laurtens Tuesday,
Mtrs. Anna West went to Greenville
Mondlay on business.
Messr's W. D). Owens, T. F, Babb, TI.
HI. Mahion, W. A. Baldwin attended the
Association at Clinton Tuesday and
Mrs. Paul Willis and "hildren, Jack,
andl Paul, Jr'., vIsited her mother and 3
othier relatIves from Wed(nesday until
Messrs A ndlerson Aberc ronmble, Lu
die A'ber'cromble, Misses Cora League f
and Alliene Baldwin wore visitora at
the assocIation at Clinton W'ednesday.
Mr. W. D. Owens and mother, and a
Mr. and( Mr's. Smith Martin spent
Thursday at Mr. T. F. Babb's.
Mrs. Rebecca Owens visited herI
dlaughter, Mrs. Anna 'hiellams, of Shi
Mrs. Claude Wasson and children,
of Friendship, spent Thursday with
Mt's. Ri. A. Owens and family.
Mir. T. F. ,Dabb atid daughters were
in Lautrens Friday shopping.
Mr. George Hoellamns was in Gray
Court Saturday on business.
Miss Hazel Bolt had for her guests a
Sutnday Missa Allio 'Baldwin and a
Mrs. Hlarley Abercromblo visited her t
sister. Mrs. Terry, of lloyds Mill. and
'Its accompailied home by Furman
Mr. lobert Hellais and family visit
:1 relatives in 'Merna Section quindsly.
M.\is .Jani6 Garlington. of Anderson
nd Mr. EIriest Ilipp, of ('lintoin, wer
Ie visitors at 'Mr. 11. I1. Mahon's Sun
Mrs. T. HT. Babb and children are
Isiting'her parents, Mr. and M rs. .l
,n Owens, of Gray Court.
AMrs. Mary lolt, of Ilickory Ta.verin,
spending some tlime with ler broth
r, Mr. W. P. Baldwin.
TRY "CASCARETS" FOR
LIVER AND BOWELS
IF SICK OR BILIOUS'
oiti ! ~l eian your1 hels aundt slopI
leldltiche., colds. soul st 'u0oc,
(1t a 10-cent ho: nov:.
Turn th' ras'iis el-the hieada-he,
liinttrh anid hal (ohis e' '','i- itl
might and keliep them, wit v:!b 'h
.\illiov-, of .e n-i n r o t k
acrtnow; and dIN, n 1-v I.w
now the uIMM1ry (*-11..
iver, elo:.gged lov!',
1)ini't i mtio
I .et t'as':ire i1
toimiah: remlove I II
mdta e thi (X.4,: b ur
I lo n l .Iorr (lil-ntm
rV I Ii
111131A N WI LI, I
I-' F i ' I: N.S
r'1oor Senator, Sill 01; 1y " C - -
iIon" Will 1ilke 1 m1 1 iee lib:
.11nd1.- sayvs Pub11lie 311ust fOeelde.
Trenton, Oc .t. 6,- KNow1 ing Itha1,thl
wople of' th It'State w 1r . anxiousi tI
ari the 'iprohahl' ittit udi ol' Suiaitor
'lillman in tHe next sitorialrace,
inlec Ilhei prv hv wnrsusn
he matter. tis cmorr1., -ondv-it soughtOl
11 intferview wvIth !him- this ioriug-.
'he weatr was n-: to saying any
ling Onl Ihe suibirel. h.-auns (tf' his
tatemeill Iwo yeiaris a1go) 1hti.t lie wouIld
etire at tie cnd of his pr(seit teri.
\'len it. was brolight to his ait('ntiol
tait tihis count ry had ouheote inivolvei
i the ilost gigantic war of al history
inee that time, anid that his services
'erc more needed now tha e vr he
"f have received many lettel's fron
Id friends, and from many who hae
ive' sutIorted ie before, urgInag ime
o be a candidate to succeed myself,
ot.withistanding my declaration two
cars ago that I would retire. When
make ip) imy min(, it is not. often
hat. I change it. I do not wisi to he
candidate, my fainly wish ie t,
etire from 1li hi Ic life. 1l11t on a.
ouint Of the fact th1at we aIre at. war,
nd that tle President needs tie In
ivided slipport of his vnim ty. I have
ecen tly said( that thue ony 13(ondtit ion
n which I would ibe a candidate was
or the pteopleC to 'conscriit.' me, Iln
Ilher words, I muis he0 convincedl lint
hey reall w3 'ant ime to r un, or I shalt
ct irIe as prev'iously aninounced.'"
The Senator is receiving many let
era urging him to be a candidate
gain, to all of which lie has answer
d as above. It is a matter that is up)
a the people as to whlethier the Sena
or shall again represent them, as he
las (d0ne for so long and so accept
.bly3 to the iai'ge ma.jor'it~y of the vot
is of the State. ''heir wishes c'an hte
uadc knowna either by letter or pet
ion, andl w~hat Is dlone should be done
uickly. The oppositIon is very busy,
ndl it ia high time the frienda of the
resqent ([Democratic admilnistration
lake known their wishes,
EAT WITHOUT FEAR
OF INDIOSTION OR
SOUR, ACID STOMACH
nstanit relief! "Pape's Dlipepsini"
(ends1 your stomanch distress. Try it!
Wonder' wvhat upset y'our' stomachi
'hich port Ion of the food did( the dam
ge-doi you? Well, don't bother. If
our storpach is in a revolt; if sick,
assy and upset, and what you just ate
as ferniented and turned souir; head
izzy and aches; belch gases and acids
ndh eructate undligeisted foodl breath
otl .ongue coated-ia -t take a little
'ap' itoh-- popshLutainelp neutralize
cidity andl in flve minutes yoti won
er' what becanme of the Indigestion
Millions of men and womien todtay
now that it is needless to have dye
epsia. A lit tle Diapepsin oc casion
1ly keops ethe stomach sweetened and
hey eat theli' favorite foods without
If your stonmachi doesn't take car'e of
our liberal limit wvithout rebellion; if
our food is a damage instead of a
clp, remember the quickest, mliiest,
3ost harmless relief 'is Papo's DIa
'pinfl which costs only fifty cents
or a large ease at dIrug stores. It's
ruly wonderful--it stops fermentation
ud acidity and sets things sti tight,
o gently and easily that .it is really
Read "Pntdence of the Parsonageo",
lie new serial story statting In this
isne of The Adrktte.
HAYES 5 & 104
NEXT DOOR TO W. G. WI
We Wish to Call Your Attentio,
gains We Are
Ladies' and Childrens' Hats
Privees1- m-*eriht 111d style amd
nliv cnannt hw henten 25 0
Ribbons Ic to 25c Yard
On 'Ihhn arethelat s r
t4ernls oud 4,1ur priv . v.nnno: .
Big VAues in Hosiery
' I' 1h 10 C 10 15 C
S ai n ahne lb t l ob .
l~n ie S ok s. 15C I
200 a pair. .\bns " .r . 0
Caps for the Family
I ales ( ' p .. .. .. . . . 8
Sn's hp ( .. .. .... 10c
Little Wonder Recorde,
rill p h op honeI( . <1 ca,! i
Ladies ' Shirt WvIfsts
48c to 98c
Some 5c Values
Pits, In )ess l'in,. Miiiruin
Pins, Needie~s. Spool Tin-e:tn
in ('tni I :ilk. ('r~woht
ers, lloomlis andlla s 12 ('(,1
la r But t ons. 11hi r Net.
. w y inewsImmansn
S OME VERY HIGH PRI
days, for some very ord
problem requires particular
That shoes have advanced ii
down, have lowered the qa
placed on the market mar
worthless--shoes that are
price. Poor shoes are alwa'
This House of Good Shoes p
ing the best shoe values at a
can buy. Our shoes are ma
and selected for our trade w~
We Sell No Un<
There Are No !
Men's Shoes $3.0
Women's Shoes $3
School Shoes, Children's Shoes an.
"THE HOUSER OF
LSON DRY GOODS STORE
i to Some of Our Many Bar
i \1K Si rs
$U.'.d au e r . -i
Kni, t Gods, 3xr
.e a 1,
8i~Value in PI'.n's and
WE OFFER YOU
Some 10c Values
iI,',l. l Iti 'l it -
T hin l't wder'. Bib for li
Bai I'. Tillet Wate r, Shloi
l'elishl ;In all volor".
eh('n ie alway%-: on han11d,
ill kin t a n
CES are being asked, these
inary shoes and the shoe
i price is a fact well known
s, in order to keep prices
iality of their shoes and
iy shoes that are almost
expensive to buy at any
rotects its trade by furnish
ny stated price that money
de by the best of makers
'ith the greatest care.
~hoe Risks Here.
0 up to $10.00.
.00 up to $10.00.
ci Infants' Shoes at Right Prices