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"1 was under the treatment of two doctors," writes
Mrs. R. L. Phillips, of Indian Valley, Va., "and they pro
nounced my case a very stubborn one, of womanly weak
ness. I was not able to sit up, whtn I commenced to
I used It about one week, before I saw muoh change.
Now, the severe pain, that had been in my side lor years,
has gone, and I don't suiter at all. I am feeling better than
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if you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any
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UNION, S. C.
One hundred experienced or inexperienced
persons to top, knit, loop, mend and to do
press room, finishing room and general hosiery
mill work, (iood wages.
See or write to
J. H. GAU LT;
Treas. and Manager.
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N. B. The following schedule figures are published only aa
and not guaranteed.
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??Trains f>4 and 56 run solid between Creftnvlllo and Columbia dally ex
oopt Sunday, These trains' stop at Garvals st. Station) whll? trains 52 and
r?3 go to Union Station.
Solid tbroiH'l: trains hetwccn Cr/rnvlIJi; and CliaiUston via Laurens and
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I CITY SCHOOLS HONOR ROLL |
The Honor Roll this year consists
of names of pupils who have made not
1^68 than 95 on Deportment, 95 on At
tendance and 95 on Scholarship. To
fall on either one the pupil's name
does not appear on the roll.
The following is the roll for the
fifth school month:
First Grade. Emily Meng, Teacher?
William Vance Albright, Richard
Counts, William Dunlap. Wilkes
Knight, Houston Roper, Martin Tea
gue. Marian Blackwell. Nelle Caine,
Inez Caldwell. Beaufort Copeland. May
Belle Garrett, Toccoa Gray, Nell Jones,
Eula May Martin, Margaret Nichols.
Sarah Eliza Swygert, Irene Wilkes,
Second Grade. Florence Brown,
Teacher?Fred Bishop. Frank Colwell,
Elbert Copeland. Maxcy Richter, Bea
trice aBbb, Eula Burns, Aisle Boyd.
Ruby Dent. Maggie Duncan, Lee Ora
Hunter, Margaret Lake, Nancy Meng,
EleaDor Miller. Lois Martin, Mary Ow
ing!, Rosalie St.".Ivan, Frances Todd.
Third Grade, Miss Ella Roland.
Teacher?Thomas Barksdale. Lucius
Burns, Clark Bundrick, Ambrose Eas
terby, T. G. Ellis. William Gray, Coy
Reid. Flora Bennett. Marion Bolt.
Katherine Bolt. Sarth Dunlap, Rosa
Gray, Caroline Rankin, Gladys Roper.
Ernmie Sullivan, Ruth Thompson, Lee
Fourth Grade. Miss Elizabeth Bar
nett. Teacher? Robert Aiken, Tom
Davenport, Cabell Garrett, Charles
Hughes. Boyd Ray Lawson. William
Lake. Robert McCuen. Nash Philpot.
Mary Blackwell, Estelle Martin, Eliza
beth Ramsay. Anna Sullivan. Patii
Wilkes, Juanita Wilkes.
I Fifth Grade, Miss Dorcas Calmes,
'Teacher?J. P. Caldwell, John Hud
gens. Calvin Teague, Bruce Bagwell,
Annie Barksdale, Martha Barksdale,
Ernrna Barton, Mildred Counts. Har
lan Crews. Laura E. Dial. Martha
Franks. Kathleen McGee, l>oia Mc
Phail, Bernice Meng, Lena Rountree,
Fannie Poliakoff, Isabelle Sullivan,
Margaret Taylor, Hattie Watson, Ly
dia Ogles by.
Sixth Grade, Miss Annie Davis.
Teacher?Strickler Rankin. Hilda Bun
drick, Nannie Rurns, Rebecca Lake,
Lois Nelson. Virginia Sullivan. Daisy
Belle Tollison, Elizabeth Young.
Sixth Grade, Miss Loura Cromer.
Teacher?Nora Nichols, Arny Wolff.
Seventh Grade. Miss Lauro Cromer.
Teacher?Ruth Bagwell, Annie Burns,
Alice Dent, Sarah Reid, Atmar Bur
ton. Russell Gray, Frank Reid.
Seventh Grade, Miss May Delle
Barre, Teacher?Mary Sullivan, Fran
ces Davis, Hattie Sullivan, Lucy Mc
Phail, Mlrian Brown, Frances Ken
nedy, Rebecca Clark, Blanche Burns,
Sarah Bolt, Cecil Roper.
Eighth Grade, B, L. Ezell, Teacher
?Hugh Aiken, Herbert Sullivan, Mary
Burton, aMrgaret Dunlap, Hattie Gray,
Inez Hudgens, Lizzie Leake, Elizabeth
Moseiey, Louise Simmons, Virginia
Simpson, Lilla Todd.
Ninth Grade, Miss Fannie Creighton,
Teacher?Mamie Austin. Gussie Mil
ler, Caroline Roper. Ruth Winn, Hayne
Tenth Grade, Miss Laura Barksdale.
Teacher?Edwin Moseiey, Anna Pren
?iss, Eveline Austin, Otis Huff.
First Grade, Mi.-s Lila Hart, Teach
er?Ray Gosnell, Nellie Bass, Allie
Gosnell, Carrie May Vanhoy.
Second Grade, Miss Irene Ray,
Teacher?Joe King, Roy Jones, Man
ning Stewart. Gary Temple ton, Alice
Jernigan, Susie Adams.
Third Grad", Miss Mary Simpson,
Teacher?IIa Godfrey, Eunice Gosnell,
Moide Powers, Nannie Lee Snoddy,
Hattie Wofford, Fred Bragg, Toj
O'ShleldS, Albert Powers.
F'ourth tirade, Miss Mary Simpson,
Teacher?Alleene Ledford. Eva Robin
son, Blance Walker, Dorroh Hairs ton.
For sore throat there Is positively
no remedy that will relievo so
rpilckly and cure permanently the
most aggravated case, as Bloodine
Laurons Drug Co,, Laurens, S. C.
Our New Descriptive Catalog
is fully up-to-date, and tells all
about the best
Every farmer and gardener
should have a copy of this cata
log, which has long been recog
nized as a standard authority,
for the full and complete infor
mation which it gives.
We are headquarters for
Grass and Clover Seeds, Seed
Potatoes, Seed Oats, Cow Peas,
Sola Beans and all Farm Seeds.
Wood's Desctiptlve Catalog mniled
free on request. Write for it.
T. W. WOOD & SONS.
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va.
BA.5QTJET TS THE WOODS.
Waterloo Xlmrods Camp Oat and En
Jot Several Dart* Hunt.
Rabbit and 'Possum Camp,
Mt- Pleasant, Jan, 25, 12.
We are here camped in Pose urn Hol
low, about twenty strong, enjoying
a few days" hunt. We have dogs, two
trained cooks, two servants, guns and
plenty of shot and powder. Some
came in wagons, some horse-back and
others walked. In the Waterloo Gun
Cib. we find some or the best hunt
ers to be found anywhere. We left
home Tuesday ujth everything suita
ble and needed in camp life.
As luck would have it we found a
three-room empty houEe In the Mt.
Pleasant section and immediately set
up camp. This house 16 ideal for Just'
6uch an outing. There is a good well
not far distant, stables for horses, and .
a big old-fashioned fire place to cook I
In. The first day's hunt gave us about '
fifty rabbits, a number of squirrels.
4*0 partridges, a few scattering wood- i
cocks. 3 ducks, and 4S spie.
At Pix o'clock our two head cooks,
Messrs Joe Pearce and Theodore Gar-1
rett, -vith several assistants and sub
cooks, set sbotu to prepare sup??e*\ At i
& o'clock supper was announced and j
it was a most delightful success.
The change from paper sack diet
with which the average citizen has
become familiar, to the elaborte ban
quet supper of Tuesday night was a
gastronomic sensation and turned
some from hunters to patients, but It
took a right severe attack of indiges
tion to make the sufferer believe that
his feast was not worth any reason
able price he had to pay in temporary
It sounded all the keys in the gam
ut of toothsome harmony from squirrel
brains and snipe on toast all the way
through to barbacued rabbit and ci
gars and the banqueters did full jus
tice to every course
When the coffee and cigars were on
and just after the cake had been pass-1
ed the toastmaster. Mr. Joe Pearce
announced that there would be no
formality and that past hunting ex-1
periences and reminiscences would be I
in order. Later the toastmaster an- j
nounced that the prize for big yarns
was given to Mr. John Henderson. It
is but fair to say, however, that Gary
Culbertson and Bless Pearce tied for
After a very comfortable (?) night's
rest those who cared to go squirrel
hunting were roused up by the night
watchman at 4 o'clock and sent off to
the woods. They were told to kill
plenty of game and get back to camp
At seven o'clock breakfast was an
nounced and consisted of rabbit hash,;
French friend potatoes, quail on toast,
baked squirrel, bread and hot coffee. I
By eight o'clock the Nim rods were
ready for another hunt. They were
Instructed not to shoot each other if
possible but to get anything that had
hide or hair, provided it would do to
eat. A very unfortunate accident hap
pened on this hunt and came very I
near being a serious affair. Mr. K. V.
Golding. an old and experienced hun
ter, was run over by a large buck
cane-cutter rabbit and in the fall that
he sustained, sprained his left ankle.
The buck was finally killed and weigh
ed thirty-eight pounds after being
dressed. This day's hunt brought In
all kinds of game, both large and ,
Messrs. Theo. Garrett, Algia Winn
and Mat Henderson gained several
pounds in weight while In camp.
Mr. Ill ess Pearce can eat more
squirrel heads than any other mem
ber of the club.
Mr. Herbert Nelson was on the sick
list and couldn't eat more than three
rabbits and two squirrels at each
Messrs Joe Pearce, John Hender
son and Nash Keddin got so wild from
eating so many rabbits that on several
occasions they had to bo tied and
The club spent a most enjoyable
time at this camp and desires to ex
press Its appreciation to several
friends who helped to make our stay
so pleasant and who helped to enter
tain us so royally.
When buying a cough medicine for
Children bear In mind that. Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy is most effectual
for colds, croup arid whooping cough
and that it contains no harmful drug.
For sale by all dealers,
The highest prices for all kinds of
furs will bo paid by 8. Pollakoff, Lau
rens, 8. C.
Minks from .8.">c to $7.21?
Raccoons from.l"?e to $'2.2f?
Skunks from .10c to $1.50
Opossums from .?c to 75c
Musk Rats from .fte to 55c
Fox from .25? to $?.00
Otter from .*l.<><> to $20.00
Beavers from .f?0e to $8.f?0
Civil. Cats fr in .?"?? to r?.'>0
Wild Cats from .Mr to 7'?e
All prices will bo governed ftCC \rd
Ing to fur market.
Next to Post Office Laureus, S. C.
There Ar? Melons and Melons?
but the rich, sweet, juicy ones are
those that had plenty of available
to insure normal ripening with rapid sugar formation.
The right kind of fertiliser is a good Investment. The vines will continue
to bear melons of first quality instead of yielding only one or two pickings and
then a lot of unmarketable culls.
Supplement the compost with icoo to 1500
pounds of 5-8.10 goods, the ammonia to be
derived mainly from organic substances like
blood, tankage, fish or cottonseed meal.
This is equally good for cucumbers, pump,
kins and squashes.
Write us (or Potnh prices
? od tree bocks with formu
las and directions.
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We Take This Method
To thank our customers for
their liberal patronage during
the year just passed away. With
renewed effort we hope to merit
a continuance of the same.
With best wishes to all for
a happy and prosperous New
W. G. Wilson & Co.
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All Young Men and Women
interested in a business course
to write or call at once for full
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Laurens, S. C.