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HOW WEAK WOMEN
May Be Made Strong at Small
Exp*~ ist and No Risk
There aw hundreds of women in
this vicinity, weak. thin, run-down,
tired out and nervous, ?uch women
need Vlnol juat as much as did lira*.
Jane Pepper, <:f 230? Howard street,
San Francisco. Ca I., who says:
"I have used Vlnol for some dm?
with particularly ^ratifying results. I ?
was run down, are&k and debilitated,
and my appetite was xone. Aft.?r tak
ing; several bottles of Vlnol I found
my condition ssreatlv improved, and
do not bestrafe to recommend Vlnol
to anyone *tmiliirl7 affected."
Vlnol Is not a secret nostrum, bnt
a delicious cod liver and iron tonic
without oil. which win create in ap
petite, rone up the digestive organs,
make pure blood and create strength.
Try a bottle of Vlnol with the un
derstanding that your money will be
returned if it does not help you.
LAUBS31? Dtre C?k
Laaren*. S. C
ARE TO BE FOUND
IN* OUR STOCK
No trouble id too great for
us to take in pleasing our cus
tomers and we will be glad to
have yet: call or. as.
Stock Remedy '
Guaranteed to keep your
Stock in a healthier and
Guaranteed the BEST
E%% Producer and Dis
ease Preventative. Ev
ery package of the above
Remedies sold on a per
sonal guarantee, backed
Laurens Drug Co., Palmetto
Drug Co. and Hunter & Co.,
Laurens, 3. C, T. M. ? J.
B. Pinson, Cross Hill, S. C,
S. N. Crisp, Mountville, S.C..
Wateri oo Cash Co., Waterloo,
Votlee of Final Settlement.
Take notice '.hat r. che 27th day of
April. 1?12 at 10 o'clock a. rn. I will
render an account of ay actings and
doings as a4i?*intatratoT of the estate
of J. P. 3ax<. i, lec?M?i, in the osRce
of 0. O. Thompson, as Probate Judge
for said county and state, at Lauren*.
3>nth Carolina at -which time I will
apply for a final di.scy.Arge aa sneh ad
All peraons boiding claims against
said estate are repaired to present
them duly* proren at m.14 time, or they
wtll be forever barred: and all persona
Indebiti la H&l ^tate are required
to make payment to no*.
C. A. Saxon.
As admlnlfltrator of the estate of I.
P. 9?xon. deceased.
March 27. 1912 ?1 mo.
Nit*' Pitta' Kit*!
wtiiiMM' i*at*a r.u omni ?im eara
Blind. RlMfl PtUe. It **
mmtm the tuaaora, ?Tlay? letting at >?*?*,
arts aa a prattle*. gL\? inaraa* r+a<rt.
VTm **???" U**i*n Pile .iwtr?nt la pra
tmr*rt tor Pile* aiM ltrhine* ?* th?- privat*
pnrtr nruaatsts, ou?l *rui /to
?Hum SHPO. CO.. r>w?.. CU?*l*n<l, OMa
L W RKVS DHU? o.
Laroews, S. C
FIELD DAY EXERCISES
\ GREAT SUCCESS S
Boys und wirN o< the t.ntl^l SelMl
3fud<? Xerry in ?rtirlinirtnn'?* Headnw
and Mhowed Feats ?1 Speed. Strength I
The field day exercises, held by the
boys and girls of the graded .school
in Gartlngton'a meadow Frtday morn
ing-, was a regular howler" What I
the young folks couldn't show in the:
way of athletic propensities wasn't
worth seeing. Every tast of speed I
from fast running to fast eating was |
tried out and iu every case the young I
folks were marvels of proficiency.
Races of all kinds were held; some
really to find out who were the cham
pions and some interspersed through
out the program to make a more or
less long drawn out affair interesting
and amusing. As an example of the
latter class, the most amusing was the
obstacle race. This race was partic
ipated in by about six girls. The ob
ject was first to jump over a railing
about three feet high, turn back and
go under the railing, proceed a little
farther and throw a half dosen pota
toes out of the way with a large spoon,
pick up a jumping rope and make sev
eral skips and then run a little farther
and "devour" a dish composed of "
banana, three peanuts, a sweet :ak
and three soda crackers. The amusing
part of -he -nee was when -he :oda
cracker stage was reached. By far
the smallest of the "ontestaut. (no
names mentioned ;n this storyi -vas
I leading far and away until this part of
I the race was reached. Victory seemed
j surely to be hers. The banana went
j down wlrh a fair degree of speed, the
peanuts went a little slower and it
must have seemed like hours while
the sweet cuke v:is going Qome. When
the soda cracker staae was reached,
though, it was all up for the little
one. She couldn't 'urn -he trick fast
enough. One of the .arger girls was
able to pur. them down a little faster,
while another one was aided by a very
friendly dog who ate up all of her
crackers and the result was that the
litt!? one didn't win the race. For
fear, however. *lhat the impression
might be gotten that the dog was :a
strumental in winning one of the priz
es, it must be stated that aeither of
the winners was *hy on victuals. The
dog ate somebody else's portion.
A .arge crowd of interested specta
tors was present to vitness the con
tests and the la7 was a very interest-!
ing one. As i little play interspersed
with work la mrel7 a good thing,,
there is ao donor, but that the exercis
es will be held again next year.
The following are the events and the
Girl*' Races and Prize*.
'. i Potato race?1st prize. il.."?o <?old
bar pin, Fleming 3rcs. Won by Hat
Itle Sullivan: 2nd. Pair of manicure;
BC -.5. ? '.v.-r. by Margaret Dial.
1/2) Sack race?1st prize. $2.00 pura
sol. Davis-Roper Co. Won by Elizabeth
Mose ley. 2nd prize, 73 cents manicure
scissors Laurent Hardware Co. Won
by Alpha Bolt.
3) Three legged race?1st prize, two
jour.d ox :andy. Kennedy Bros .von
by Mem* Thompson and Cora Med
lock. 2nd prize, four moving picture
tickets, won by Sarah Bolt and Hattie
Sail i van.
?li Mopping -ace?Ist pru*. II.00
vaae. 3. M. A E. HL Wilkea it Co., won
by Virginia Barksdale. -od priz*. two
moving picture tickets, won by Ellen
"i Double rope ;j-nr?1st prize, one
pound box candy, J. S. Phllpot. won by
Alpha Bolr and Amy Wolff, ind prize,
four moving picture tickets, won by
: Rebecca Lake and Virginia Barksdale.
(65 Running high jamp?1st prize.
i2.M> whit* hand bag. Switzer Co., wool
by Rebecca Lake, -ad prize, three
moving picture tickets. Lavender.
! won by Kate Ellen Elchelbereer.
>7i Fifty yard dash?1st ; rtze. Ten
nyson's Poems." L. A. McConl. v.-.n
by Kate Ellen Eichelberger ;r.d
?lie, half dozen moving picture -tck
eU Dr. T. L Timm.-rman. won by
?j> Charade race?1st prize, pair of
white shoes. Mr. Lac drum, traveling
salesman, won by Ellen Fooshe. 2nd
? prize, three moving picture tickets.
1 Mr. Lavender, won by Rebecca Lake.
? Ol 220 yard dash?ist prize, fl.00
I won by Virginia Barksdale. 2nd prize,
j"Laiclle". L A. McCord. won by Amy
U0i Basket bill!? ffr.00 box candy.
Mr C R, Bethel. 3upt. Glass Factory.
I won by the '"Reds".
Hnj*' Bate* and Prrxe*.
(1) lnO yard lash?1st prize, $1.~A
purs*. Palmetto Drug Co.. won by fo
lios Sitgi eaves. 2nd prize, 50 cents
<?>. Swltier Co.. won by Edwin .Vfoae
?2> Running high jump?1st prize,
i- M razor. Lauren* Drug Co.. won, by
Lauren* Kennedy. 2nd prlie. "0 cents
tie. Switzer Co.. won by Adger Bolt.
.">> 22?/ mrd dash?1st pTtx*.
pocket knife. Laurens Hardware <*o..
won by Julius Sitgreaves. 2nd prize-,
three moving picture tickets. Mr. Lav
ender, won by Edwin Moseley.
ft) Shot pnt?1st prize-, tl.2.> base
ball. Brooks and Jones, won by Lau
ren* Kennedy. 2nd prfxc, three mar
ing picture tickets. Mr. Lavender, won
by Claudia Garrett.
(3) 440 yard daah?1st prize. 73
cents base ball bat. BrooksA Jones,
won by Julius Sltgreavss. 2nd prize.
BO cents whlst-broom. Dodson-Edwards
Co.. won by Edwin Moseley.
(ill Polo vault?1st prize, $2.00
straw hat. Duvls-Roper Co.. won byi
Adger Bolt, 2nd prize. 30 '-enta eap.i
Red Iron Racket, wou by Otia Huff.
<7> 120 yard low hurdle?tit prize, (
$l.f>0 comb and brush. Rav3 Dm? \
Store, won by Herbert Sullivan. 2nd!
prize, three handkerchiefs. W t*r. WU- ?
son. won by Claude Garrett.
I i> Running broad :um??1st prize, t
11.00 pocket knife. Rolvnd A Moseloy.;
won by Julius Sttgreaves. 2nd prize, i
j 50 cents tie. Swltaer Co., won by \
i9> Standing high jump?5.? prize.,
'$1.00 lamp. S. ML A B. H. Wllkaa. A!
j Co., won by Claude ?larrett. 2nd yrize
tooth brush. Posey's Drug Store, won
by Otis Hun*.
1101 380 yard dash?1st prize $3.00
fountain pen. Fleming Bros., won by|
Julius Sttgreavos. 2ud prize. $1.00!
I pocket knife. W, P. Hudgena. won byj
Jesse Bolt, led prize, pair socks. HL
1 Terry, won by Adger Bolt.
Th? relay races were run on Mon
lay and were won by the tth. 7th. and'
th grades respectively.
The tug of war was won by the 1th.
7th and 3th grades.
The prtzos for these races were1
: fruit jv rlrm of Mahaffey A Babb. Ken
J nery Bros.. J. S. Benn ^tt. J. E. Phil
pot. Dial Company u&d .'. C. Shell A
Puts End to Ibid Habit.
Things never look bright to one with
! "the blues." Ten to one the trouble is
la sluagiah ifver, nllirag -he system
j with Bilious poison, *har Dr. King's
. N>w Life Pills would expel. Try them
! Let the Jo? of better Castings -md 'the
blues". Best for stomach, liver and
; kidneys. 2.1c at Laurena Drug Co. and
? Palmetto Drug Co.
HLLMAX OV PARCELS povr.
Stands with r.?oirre?*Htiian Johnson ia
Opposition * # Flat Rate Parrels Pont
Washington. April 2.?Senator Bai
ley today, on behalf of Senator Till-'
, roan, isked and -secured unanimous'
' co\isent for the publication, as a sen
ate document, of the letter of Repre
sentative Johnson, recently written ai
j constituent and published la Thai
'Herald, la which Mr. Johnson ex-'
pressed aid views on the parcels post.,
Senator Bailey stated "hat ae wished
[it "distinctly understood" that the)
request was nade on behalf of Sena- ?
; tor TIT. man and that he Bailey) !a
"unalterably opposed to the parcels!
Senator THIman has informed Mr.
Johnson that the letter in question ist
"an admirable argument*" and that!
It expresses bis Senator Tinman's) <
views so well :hat he ieaires It
printed as a public document ;n order;
rr.ar. it raiarht be sent to those who i
, made inquiries of hin? as to 'he pro
FiTe or ten thousand copies of -he'
letter wtll be printed in' pamphlet
form, and will be distributed in all
i parts of the country. Mr. Johnson's i
friends consider rbe publication of!
rbe letter b7 the senate as one of its j
documents, a very high complimentI
! to the Spoxtauburg representative.? '?
j Spar an burg Horald.
State of Ohio, city of Toledo.
Lucas our.-y. ss.
Frank '.. Cheney makes oath 'bar. ae
Is senior partner ot the nrm ,.' P.
J. Cheney A Co. ioiag business In ?W
city of Toledo, County irui 3iax<
.-.aid. ar. i -hat. -aid rL-ra wV.i av 'r.e'
sum or ONE HI'NDRED DOLLARS 'or'
each and every case of Catarrh that'
rannet be cured >y the .>1 I-lALL S!
PRANK t. CHEXET
Sworn fo before me and ittbser'bed
in ray presence-, 'his <ith dav of i -e
cembev a. d. iss?.
Sea)- a. '.v ?LEA SON.
Hall's Catarrh Cure It raken :nf?rn
ally and acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send ? '^Hrimonlal3, fr^i?.
F. F. CHENEY A CO . Ti . h1< . O.
Sold by .'il druggists,
Take Hail < Family PilJi for couh
litatlea for Letten? of Administration.
' Stare of So;ith Carolina,
j County of i-iurens.
I By O. O. Thompson. Probat* . iz?>
Whereas, L?C7 Winn made sn.- CO
(me to grant her Letters of Adaaiala-"
i tratlon of the estate and effects of
Hillary D. Winn.
These are "herefore. to ^ite and ad
monish all and singular the Iclndred
and creditors of the ?uald Hillary D.
Winn. deceased, that they be and ap
'y+cr before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Lanrena C. H. 9.
C. on the I tth lay of ApTtl, 1912 next,
after publication hereof, at tl o'clock
in tbe forenoon, ro show cause A any
they have, why the said Admtntatra
tioe shoald aot be granted.
Given under my hand this tth day of
April. Anno Domini 1912
O. G Thompson.
XetJre Little flirt*!
PtcCttro Colortog Contest . loses Sat
urday. April 2i>rh. We want e-?rery lit
tle girl in the Contest to be here on
ttttd, date, prize* ?111 be awarded about
12 o'clock and ?11 contestants are re>
rfoested to be here before that hour.
3. M. A B. H. Wllkes A Co.
Men's Oxford Display
Better Shoes Our Aim
We've a pair of Oxfords to
please every foot that comes to us.
Better Oxfords than can be found
at most stores.
The Middled Aged business Man
can End here his easy ritting, good look
ing, broad tread, comfortable Oxfords ?
made from several choice leathers and
built to please him by expert Makers.
Mo slipping at heel or gaping.
The Spicy Young Dresser cau find
his high toe Oxfords, or the new recc-.d
ing toes with low rlat heels. Every de
tail >? snappy Shoe makipg honored to
the iimit. Dull leather, bright leathers.
Ol the handsome ::ew Tans.
Expert Shoe Service
$3.00, 53.50. 54.00
54.50. 55.00 to 50.00
Same Shoe prices you've seen
quoted many times but they stand
for far better values here than
CLARDY & WILSON
Cantataers Shoes Shiaed Free
THE SHOE MEN
ONE PWCE TO ALL
U. C. V. REUNION
May 7th to 9th, 1912.
Round trip Tickets will be sold Hay 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th:
I Limited May 15th, 1912. Limit may be extended until June
5th, 1912 by depositing at Macon and paying fee of 50 cents.
Stop-overs allowed at all principal stations. Very low
rate round trip tickets will be sold at Macon to points in
Southern States during Reunion.
RATES FROM LAURENS
Ask Seaboard Agents or write,
A. Q. P. A., Atlanta, Ga.