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THE HONOR ROLL
City School Honor Holl.
Following is the honor roll of i
Laurens city schools for the bcvci
First ('.Hille- George Albright, Tho
as Bnrksdalo, Clark Bundrick, Luc
Hums, Monte 1th Cnlne, Marshal I)<
dy. William Franks. Lorraine Coo
Clarke Cray, Charles Hughes, Wal
Martin, Walter Nichols, Coy Hi
Lawrence Thompson, Flora Benin
Marlon Bolt, Kathrlno Bolt, Mary Gi
quo, Boss Cray, iluri'iotto Hugh
Gladys Boper, Sarah Sexton, Mo
Smyth. Lee Watson.
Second Crade: Bobort Alken Br<
dls Brownlee, Tom Davenport, Fa
Hearn, William Lake. A. B. Maddt
Robert McCuen, Baton Nichols, Orl
Nichols, Willie Tolllson, Mary Hlac
well, Lois Taylor, .luanlta Wilkes.
Third Crade: Willie Dendy. Jo
Hudgens, Robert Lucas. Calvin Teag
Mildred Counts. Louise Dendy, Hernl
Meng, Kathleen McCee, Laura Bml
Forth Crade: Rebecca Lake.
Fifth Crade: Sarah Holt, Alice Dei
Eugene Power, Roy Taylor, Cecil Re
er, Frances Davis. Mary Sullivan.
Sixth Crade: Virginia Simps<
Herbert Sullivan. Inez Hudgens, Ma
Martin. Louise Simmons, Lilla Toi
Seventh Grade: Caroline Uopi
Hayne Taylor, Pierce Moore, Man
Austin, Harriot Simpson.
Flghtb Crade: Joe Holt.
NIneth Grade: Mary Hosey, Mel
Sullivan, Azlle Wofford.
Tenth Grade: Rebecca Dial, Ma
guerlte Tolbort, Alluwee Watson. Hu
First Crade: Sam Bagwell, Fr
1 i-igg. Charlie Motte, Bonnie O.Shiel
Fate o.shields. Foster Whltten.M.
William. Nellie Kellett. Lucy Lanhai
A Statement of Facts Backe
by a Strong Guarantee
We gibt rani co Immediate ni
positivo relied* to all sufTcrors fro
constipation. In every ease who
our remedy fails to do this we w
supply it free. That's a frank stat
mont <?l fads, and we waul you I
substantiate, them at our r..>k.
Rcxall Orderlies are a gentle, c
fectivc, dependable and safe bow
regulator, strongthener and toni
thai are oaten like candy. They n
establish nature's functions in
quiet, easy way. They do not can:
any inconvenience, griping <>r nai
sen. They are so plea-ant lo (aid
and work so easily, that they ma
be taken by any one at any tinv
They thoroughly lone up the who
system to healthy activity. The
havo a most beneficial action upo
Rexall Orderlies are unsurpas:
able, and ideal for tho uso of ehi
droh, old folks and delicate person
Wo cannot too highly roconm cn
thorn lo nil sufferers from any ft ri
of constipation and its attend..!
evi!s. That's why we back oi
faith in (hem with our promise <
money back if (hey do not givo ei
tiro satisfaction. Two sizes: 1
tablets lo cents and 30 tablets 2
cento. Remember you can obtni
Rexall Remedies only at?Th
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
If the Ccnllc, Bilrr.y Spring
[Vecther melees \)cu Icn
quiJ, dull and
j tone up ('is rvn-Joton a$?
tern, ifimulatc "fcr/as*.'?rt
cr.d piirifi) lit*
LAURENS DRUG C<
The Rexall Store
' Mamie Motte, Edna Riddle, Nannte I
Second Grade: Glynn Halrst
1)1 noli I lah . inn. Joe McGregor, Clai
Tern pie ton, Clyde Tucker.
Hunor Roll of Gray School*
Following Is the honor roll of Gt
BChool, district No. ~>, for the 11101
ending March 18:
First Grade: Lottie Lee Langst?
GdlO Drag, Cora LOU Gossett, Bmi
Thomas, Fitzle Garrett, Toy Slmmoi
Carrie Simmons, EfflO Sloan, La
renco Bragg, .1. Garrett.
Second and Third Grade: Wall
Thomas, Dowoy Lailgston, Mad
Mcllltlro, Adaline GoSSOtt, Rosa I.
Bdwards, Johnio Sloan, Shaw sio:
A. n. Green, Julia Green. Willie Uun
Walter Hurns, Bessie Sprouso, Els
Fourth and Fifth Grade:Bessie Pine
er, Irene Laiigstou, Stanley Ed wan
j Wnymnn Phillips, Richard Hall?
Harry Mclntlre, Mamie Garrett. C<
lier Garrett, Charlie Garrett, Hen
Gossett, Kate Gossett, Wells Thonii
GeWitt Green. Jeffrie Green, Glad
Thomas, Maggie Thomas. Alma Brag
Sixth and Seventh Grades: En
FlllChor, Glenn Mclntlre, Wayne M
For general scholarship for t
four nionths of school the followii
deserve mention: Walter Thomi
Shaw Sloan, Madge Mclntlre, Ka
Gossett. Hess!? FlllCher, Irene l.ang
Ion, Harry Mclntlre, Eula Flacher.
Every family and especially tho
who reside In the country should
provided at all times with a bottle
Chamberlain's Liniment. There is l
telling when it may be wanted in en
of an accident f>r emergency. It
most excellent in all cases of rheum
tisin sprains and bruises. Sold 1
Laurens Drug Co.
Fairview Camp, No. 122 W. O. V
located a? Watts mill, Laurens. S. (
will unveil the monument of the la
Sovereign .lohn V. Fuller at the I,a
tens cotton mill cemetery on Sund:
April IT, 1910, the exercises to b
gin i: :i o'clock l'. m. Soverelgi
of all sister camps are invited i
attend and take an active part in ?I
i unveiling ceremonies. Every body
cordially invited to attend.
By order of the camp.
J. I lamp Puckett, C. 1
It. 11. Donaldson, Clor
Church Rally April 15.17.
The Advertiser Is requested to at
nounce that "there will be a grei
rally for Morris college, Sumter, S. C
at Duncan Creek Baptist church, ner
'I'vlersville," beginning Friday nigl
April 1") and continuing through Sui
day, April 17. A feature of the me?
Ing, it Is stated, will be the inns
which will be directed by David Prlc
Miller, an S year old lad.
HOW TO CURE RHEUMATISM.
It Is an Internal Disease and Kcquin
un Internal Itemed)'.
The cause of Rheumatism and kli
died diseases is an excess of ur
acid in the blood. To cure this terrib;
, disease this acid must bo expelled an
the system so regulated that no mm
acid will be formed in excessh
qunntltiOB. Rheumatism is an Interm
j disease and ronulros an Internal renn
dy. Rubbing with oils and Liniment
1 will not cure, affords only temporal
j relief at best, causes you to delay th
proper treatment, allows the malar
j to get a firmer hold on you. Liniinon
' may ease the pain, but they will r
more cure Rheumatism than pah
Will Change the fibre of rotten wood.
Science has at last discovered a po
feet and complete cure, which Is cal
ed "Rheumacide." Tested in hundrei
of cases, it has effected the most ma
velous cures; we believe It will cu
you. Rheumacide "gets at the join
from the inside," sweeps the poisoi
out of the system, tones up the stor
I ach, regulates the liver and kldne;
and makes you well all over. Rhe
j niacide "strikes the root of the dl
I ease and removes Its cause." Th
1 splendid remedy Is sold by druggis
and dealers generally at .r>0c. and
I a bottle. In tablet form at 25 and f>
I a package. Get a bottle today. Boo
lot free if you write to Bobbltt Choi
leal Co.. Baltimore. Md. Trial botl
tablets 2r>e bv mall. For sale by LA
,RENS DRUG CO.
, $1.500 in Prizes for Farmer Boys.
i The Progressive Farmer and G
izette. Raleigh. N. C. offers $l..r?00
prizes to Southern boys under Iff w
make tho biggest corn yield on
nCro this year. These prizes are (
fered partly by tho publishers of T
i Progressive Farmer and Gazette, a
partly by its advertisers, and range i
; the way from gold medals and tw
i horse wagons to Berkshire pigs a
j Jersey calves.
As these offers are open to bo
In all parts of tho South, tho publif
era are anxious to Interest ns ma
boys as possiblo among the readc
j of Tho Advertiser. Boys under 19 w
I would like to win one of tho prla
I should send a postal at once to T
i Progressive Farmer and Gazetto, I
i lelgh. N. C.
Announcement of other prleca i
fered boys for best corn yields m
bo had by writing Hon. O. B. Mart
U. s Department of Agrioultu
Washington. D. C.
I , Your tongue Is coated.
I\ our breath Is foul.
Headaches como and go.
These symptoms show that y<
! stomach Is the (rouble. To remove
Cause Is tho first thing, and Chamh
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablots v
do that. Easy to take and most off
' five.. Sold bv I.anron? Driiir On
will copy any Photo, en
large any picture and
make High Grade Pho
tographs for you at the
very lowest prices. No
photographer can do
more nor offer any
more special inducement
has always done.
"Best Pictures, Lowest
Come to see us.
IThe "Square Deal" Store
You get n square deal here be
cnn.se the good:* i.ic right, the
prices me right, the treatment
We train otir clerks to tic ns par
ticular for Olir customers' interests
ns they would he in buying for
So you pet, always, the freshest
goods, and the purest. We nllow
no Other kind to be.sold over our
Sonic delicacies have just arrived,
among them n consignment of rare
for those who appreciate quality.
This brand has no equal for true
coffee excellence. Slow cooking and
other exclusive KleotRprocesses, are
an improvement on anything uccd
by other coffee importers.
The senled tin cans keep all the
delightful coffee aroma In, and all
the dust nnd dirt out.
Get a can today so vou
v ill have it for breakfast
J. M. Philpol
Laurens, S. C.
600 bush, sound Unknown
Peas at $2.50 per bush.
10 bushels White Eating
Peas at $3 per bushel.
Pure Red Bliss and Irish
Cobble Irish Potatoes.
Cotton Bloom Planters
Ballentine Cotton Planters
Winder Cotton Planters
Cole Guano Distributors
Little Joe Harrows $2.00
E. Z. Fixd Cultivators
Also full stock of Cotton
Hoes, Plow Shapes, Heel
Sweeps and Barb Wire
Yo'"**' for business
J. H. SULLIVAN
Laurens, S. C.
Simpson, Cooper & Babt
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Court
prompt attention given to all busines
Dr. King's New Life Pill
The boat in tho world.
Don't be Annoyed With
When you can have a set of
Made for a small amount.
First=Class Building: Material
of All Kinds
Qive us a trial. We have pleased many and we
will guarantee to please you.
Gray & Easter by,
LAURENS, S. C.
THIS is going to be the greatest season ever
known for Men's Oxfords.
We've made provision for the call and are
showing all the choice styles.
Our Oxfords were made from the best of
leathers by expert Manufacturers. They have a
pedigree that's good, and they sustain it.
Button, Bl?cher, or Regular Ties. The
new Two Hole Ties are very swell. A right
shape for every foot.
Oxfords of Comfort for Elderly Hen.
Smart, Snappy Styles for Young Fellows.
$3, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00, to $6.00.
At whatever pr?e you buy, we insure you
perfect fitting Oxfords, without wrinkles; no gap
ing or slipping at the Heel.
Come and take a look at the finest line of Ox
fords you ever saw.
The Shoe Man
The One Price Store
Customers Shoes Shined Free