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Many thousands of
women suffering from
womanly trouble, have
been benefited by the use
of Cardul, the woman's
tonic, according to letters
we reeeive, similar to this
one from Mrs. Z. V.Spell,
of Hayne, N. C. "Icotdd
not stand on my feet, and
just suffered terribly,"
she says. "As my suf
fering was so great, and
he had tried other reme
dies, Dr. had us
get Cardul. , I began
Improving, d it cured
me. I kn w, and my
doctor kn s, what Car
clul did fir m -f rmy
nerves d alth were
The Woman's Tonic
She writes further: "I
am in splendid health ...
can do my work. I feel I
owe it to Cardul, for I was
in dreadful condition."
If ycu are nervous, run
down and weak, or suffer
from headache, backache,
etc., every month, try
Cardui. Thousands of
women praise this medi
cine for the good it has
done them, and many
physicians who have used
Cardul successfully with
their women patients, for
years, endorse this medi
cine. Think what it means
to be in splendid health,
like Mrs. Spell. Give
Cardul a trial.
Undertakers and Embalme
%lI ansiwered any hour day or nlidI
Simpson,Cooper & Iabb
Attorneys at Law.
t11I Psaellee In all Stat. Court,
mPt A.,tentlin Given Ali B~usine,
5. DIAL A. C. ToD
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Raterpise Bank Buhidhuga,
Laurens, S. C.
PRAIJTICEc IN ALL COURTS
bong Time Loans Negotiated.
A bst racts Prepared.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
udice in Peoples Bank Building.
Blackwell & Suilivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
'a"eap1 attention, given to all Ibumuine.
Lone) t4o lnan up heal Estate
*ace Phone 'Rsiadence Pnone S
u. Feathaeritone W. U. Aage
e '' ~kAu IU.s D.A , A h.31UIA
Lttorness at Law
Gaurena. 8. C.
J. ROY CRAWFORD
ftlate, Tracings. Biue PrInts, Ete.
laphone 2414 Clinton, 8. C.
DR. W. F. FLOWERS
Posey's Drug Store
[DUY WAR SAVINGS STA.\PS
Grove's Tasteless chili Tonic
restores vitality and energy by purifying anid es.
riching the blood. You can soon feel ite Strengtb
auo nvingn..ating E~aectI. cAS~.
CORN SYRUP MAY BE
USED IN PRESERVING
Corn Syrup Successfully Used In
Equal Proportion With Sugar to
Save Sugar-Last Few Weeks of
Canning Should be Busy Weeks.
Columbia.--The canning season will
soon be over and, for that reason,
these last few weeks should be taken
advantage of where there is fruit
that may be put up for n'ext winter's
use. Can without sugar wherever pos
sible. the Food Administration ad
vises, but can by all means. Sugar
used in preserving goes further than
in any other form for bodily require
ments and the Food Administration
has made it possible for home canners
to secute an extra allotment of sugar
for that purpose. Skillful house
wives will find little difficulty in tak
ing care of their fruit now without
it will be more plentiful.
Corn syrup may be used successful
ly in preserves, jams and jellies by
ustilg one-half corn syrup and one-halt
sugar. in place of one cup of sugar,
one cup of clear hone-y or one and
two-thlirds to two cups may be used.
These suggestions are made by the
Prepare fruit and add the sugar.
Allow to stand several hours until
sufficient juice to provent burning is
extracted. Then add the syrup and
(ook as usual, but do not use any
water at a!!. It makes a very heavy
syrup, which is usually desired, and
does not make any difference in the
In mating preserves and marma.
ladegalia'weight of corn syrup may
be used, aking a threo-fotwths
syrup. instead of all sugar. One
method is to make a blended syrup
of the corn syrup and sugur and cook
the fruit in it. Another 1s to add the
sugar to the gently sinimerin gfruit,
cook gently until it Is dissolved, then
add corn syrup (erutal weight, pound
for pound with the sugar) and boil
ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON
COTTON SEED AND PRODUCTS
Columbia.-Willii Elliott, food ad
ministrator for South Carolina, has
appointed the following advisory com
mittee to act with the Food Admin
istration en cotton seed and cotton
Irromn th4 farmers: (apt. J. 11.
ClatTy, Orangelnhg. turesident of the
Farmers' Union; and E. W. Dabbs,
From the oil mills: Russell Acree,
Darlington, president of the South
Carolina Cotton Seed Crushers' As.
sociation; and J. J. Law-kon, Harts
From the ginners: F. S. Evans,
president of the Ginners' AssociatIon,
Greenwood; and M. M. Manning, (lio.
Seed buyers will also have repre.
sentation on the committee.
NOW TO MEASURE THE
DAILY SUGAR RATION
Columbia.-Two pounds per month
per person is the sugar ration. The'
American people are on this honor ra
tions. Heundrods of thousands are;
conselentiously and patriotically en.'
deavoring to limit their consumption
of sugar to conform with this regu
lation. It may be difficult for somne,
however, to apportion the sugar sup
plT so that the ration may not be ex
ceeded. For this reason, and in or.
der to pr~lde a sugar schedule tor'
the househloder, the Food AdmnnIs
tration give. the following guide:
Monthly rabion.............2 pound.
30-31 days.-.-...............2 pounds
Approximate i3ally Ration
1 day..--.-.-.-.-..........1 ounce, or
1 day....2 level tablespoons, or
1 day.,...1 round tablespoon, or
I day.......... level teaspoons, or
I day----,.......6 half lumps
la this measure the average house.
hold team oon shoumld be used.
96 loyel teaspoons equal 1 pound
48 rounded tenspoons equal one pound
32 to 40 la'ea' lag teaspoons equal one
SUBSTITUTES FOR SUGAR
IN MAKING ICE CREAM~
Columbia.-Proprietors of soda wa
tsr fountains, hotels and public eat.
ing places will be furnished informa
tion concerning substitutes for sugar
in the making of ice cream and water
es and, recIpos for the use of such
substitutes, upon application to the
ConservatIon Diviqion, Food Admin
Istration, Columbia, S. C, These
recipes may 1)e had by any interested
person and will be mailed upon ap.
BATING AT THE COMMON
Whoa the Food Controller, of
the Allied nations met recent
ly in London, President Wileon
eeant them this message:
"The Amerlean people will
gladly make any saertaee in
consumption and in the produc
tUon of foodstuffs that will main
taln the health, comfort and the,
courage of the people of the
Allied obuntries. We are in
fact eating at the conmmon table
Ar. you making good the
* PATTI:SON- REUNION. *
* * . * 0 0 0 0. . ....*..
'I'e sixth reunion of the Palerson
faily was held on August 22nd, at
tle Itobin Patlerson spring near ILan1
ror(i. Tie attendianee was the largest
we have ever had. There were 116
Iembers of the family and -il visitors
present. Rev. E. S. Jones, P. J., of
Spartannhurg district, [Rev. J. .\. Stead
man and Rev. Jas. -R. Williams, of Lai
rens, added mu1ch0 to l'v- ovensir-" hy
their helpful talks, their tender pray
ers and pleasant conversations. We
thank them for their presence with us,
aid hope they may be with us again
next year. Ilosolutions on the death
of Ithill \ills Were read by Mrs. S. .1.
Work man and on .ee Poole by lax
lor' DeShields. These two were the
only Iembers of the family who have
ded during lite year. There have beei
foir ma rriages: .\lss Letitia Poolv to
*:'harlie 1H. Foster. NIiss Robyn Patter
s-mn to i'on ilurins, Ozelle .\lills to .\Miss
india Young, Miss Kate Curry to
Mrnest S. Armstrong.
There have been six additions hv
hirth: Ilarold TIerry Poole. William
Patterson Illuter. .Jessie Lee 'k.
Sarah Francis Hlall, .laile Calhouin
\''crht. Nora Copeland Mindgens. We
reel iusN.tloud of the ilitary record
')f our famlilly. W~e have 350 members
of the fa imily and 25 hoys in the ser
iee. One to every fourteen left at
'Ime. We have representatives in
the Engineers, infantry, NIarines, [I
leon Sinad. \ledical )etachment, Fire
S:-hool. 'Navy, Artillery, Aviation, (av
:arv. oimount I)1vision and Quarter
Omaster. We have II hoys In France.
wo on the way and others soon to go.
l' following Is or honor roll:
1ieIl. 'loses Eugene Cox, Clyde 11.
IleF'helds. Edgar L. Dobbins, Corp. G.
Wl lie T)obbins, Albert Patterson.
I 'out. Earle 'Langston, Walter Young
Mills, ('ha rlton II. Patterson. Llaut.
."n 1). 'Mills, ,r., H enry Ozelle Mills.
hzoes L. Mills. 1i1cs T. Tlnter,
''apt. .1. Carlisle Patterson. Charley
'atterson. .1as. Ilovd DeShields, It. .1.
1",ol-hi's. .r.. .las. Itex Pat lerson. John
T-I-nnea -'e Paitterson. Don iurns, i,aw.
"'n('ce Poole. D)avid il'oole Charle v I
I'lser. 31iivin Iarper, .1oscph W.
V'w.~ Alvin Riddle.
Of all tic- list only one, )-avid Poole..
could he with its. Naturally' we mirs
(-I o'll b'lOvs very nmleh bilt we\ar
!r:id to lnow that they are where
0-11, the 1 an ld th hIavC take"
r , le i's in servi-c so eli eer
f'tIkv and In suheb tine spirits that we
wih are left to ''keep tlhe home fires
l'ni'in may well follow their exam
Mlany si',d this was our best reonion
.ch one Fepimfld to make extra ef
rrts to i'k someone else enjoy' nh
(div. The noon hour was greatly en -
'd. 'The chairman a nd se'retary
'T(re re-elected for another year. Af
ler sinzing sovoral sweet songs w
adjourned to meet again Thursday be
fo'-e the fourth Sunday In August.
WV. L.. Pat ter'son, 'calc'man.
.\hrs. W. ). Palter'son, Secr'etary.
MEDAL FOR TiS
('inc'innatJ authority tells hsw to dry
upl aniy 'orni or callus so it lifts
You cornf-post 'ed men and w~omnen
neced suffer' no /ngec'. W~eacr th~e shcoc
thcat nearcly ki eod you g,-r's'ays thii.
'Tin'-innati afth ' , bheauise a fow
dro'ps of trC'1 tof a p1led dir ect ly on a
tender, achi g ('crn stoics sOr'eness5 a
once~ anid soon theA corn' loosens -
('nn1 he lIfted out, root sand all, wit hocut
a btit of paIn.
A luacter' of an ocinec of fr-ezone
costs very 1lit1le at any druig storec, but1
is attfflei-nt to lake off evory hard or
soft corn or enllus. This shoucld 1
tried, as It is inexpensive anid is sai:
not t o inf lamce 01- even Ii'ritlate Ithe suir
rouinding t issue or' akin.
If your wvife wears htigh heels she
willl he glad to know of this.
Ccrdl of Thanks~k.
I take this methiod of thancking the
voters of Laur iens county foc' the
handlsonme vote that I received last
Tuesday. I shall always remnember
the good people of Lau rens count y.
I cannot get arotcndl to see everyhody.
but1 If I ami elecled, I will (10 miy dulty
without any parlt ial it y and hope tihey
will iemenmber mue on the 10th.
.J. ('. NI')LSON.
THE NEW CALOMEL A
The new kind of enlomel, known as
Calotabs, retains all of the goodl cmcd
tcinal virtues of the ole style ealomel,
yet is entirely pur'ified rom all of the
nauseating, disagreoa e and danger
ocis qualitIes. You e n, therefore, at
what you pllealse a go you
please, with no lo' e from your
O Calotah at bedtime, with a swal
low of water-that's all. Noxt morn
Ing you awvake feeling fine, your liver
cleansedl, your system puritfled anid
with a hear'ty appetite for breakefant.
Oalotabs are sold onily in original
Bealed1 packages, pcrlce thIrty-flye cents.
Yocur druggist recommends them and
will refund your money if you are not
One Lot Ladies' Slippers
Worth $4.01 to $6.00,
While They Last for
None on Approva---None
Come While We Have Your Size
Clatrdy & Wilson
Home Industry and Flour
Many farm communities are without a visible means of support,
insofar as flour is concerned. They are dependent upon the railroads
for their incoming flour, which should be milled at home.
Home or community milling means a great saving to our wheat
growing farmers, our consumers and our Government.
Wheat and other grain starts moving about the middle of July and
continues through the summer and fall months. Millions of bushels
are thrown upon the railroads for transportation and almost simultan
eous with this big grain movement, our winter's supply of coal starts
moving. The consequence 'that our railroads are swamped, car
shortage is the result. --
Any unnecessary interference with our traffic facilities at this time
is a great drawback in the adequate prosecution of the war.
So, public spirited and patriotic citizens, let us not hinder our Gov
ernment at this trying time of war; let us all do as requested by our
Let Us Use Home Produced Goods
We have a home flour mill with the latest and most improved
Let Us Patronize Home Industry
We should be proud of our local enterprises and give them all
the support we can.
Housewives should insist upon having our Flavo Flour. First, be
cause it is a splendid flour. Second, it is a flour made from wheat
grown at home, milled at home and sold at home to home people.
Bramlett-Babb Milling- Co.